Lister, a former racecar manufacturer, has now taken to tuning new Jaguar vehicles and giving frankly absurd amounts of power.
Its first of these tuned Jaguar models was the Lister LFT-666, a heavily upgraded Jaguar F-Type SVR with 666 hp on tap. The British company claims the LFT can hit 0-60 mph in just 3.2 s and hit 208 mph. Now the company has debuted its tuned Jaguar F-Pace crossover and surprisingly, it’s barely any slower than the 200+ mph LFT.
The crossover, dubbed the LFP, has the same 670 hp supercharged 5.0-liter V8 engine as the LFT. It will help to propel the crossover from 0-60 mph in just 3.5s and top out at an incredible 200 mph. That makes Lister’s F-Pace the fastest SUV in the world, although this isn’t a true production car, so we’d say Bentley still holds that title with the 187 mph Bentayga W12.
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The LFP also gets other unique Lister equipment such as a full body kit, fender flares, new alloy wheels and yellow brake calipers. The interior has also been overhauled with reupholstered seats and yellow trim and accents.
Prices for the Lister LFP will start at an eye-popping £140,000, equivalent to $181,000 USD. That’s certainly not cheap, but some might just find it worth the price of entry to have the fastest SUV in the world.
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