The Jaguar F-Pace SVR is a great car to lease and the range-topper has been refreshed.
This is the impressive Jaguar F-Pace SVR that has received a range of upgrades, plus an engine torque boost.
The range-topping F-Pace is still a great car leasing opportunity and it's worth checking out since prices for the great car start at £77,595.
The refreshed parts for the 2021 model are fairly extensive but subtle and include the engines, chassis and better aerodynamic efficiency.
Jaguar has also carried out some styling tweaks and boosted in-car technology.
The most obvious changes to the Jaguar F-Pace SVR is the new front bumper which features larger air intakes than it did before.
The front splitter is also flatter and wider and will, Jaguar says, boost aerodynamic lift by 35%.
Under the bonnet, there is an impressive 5.0-litre V8 supercharged engine.
This unit produces 542bhp, with 20Nm extra of torque to reach a peak of 700Nm.
The power is delivered with the new eight-speed automatic transmission.
Despite the size and weight, the contract hire Jaguar F-Pace SVR will sprint from 0 to 62 mph in just four seconds and then onto a top speed of 178mph.
Jaguar has also implemented a number of electrical and mechanical tweaks, particularly with the chassis to boost the driving experience.
Comfort levels have been improved with new suspension bushes and retuning the adaptive dampers.
These tweaks particularly help deliver a more comfortable ride at lower speeds.
The interior for the F-Pace SVR is the same as it is for the standard model with new heating controls and a redesigned dashboard.
There are front sports seats fitted and there's a mix of Alcantara and leather dotted around the cabin with aluminium trim inserts.
It is possible to option a carbon-fibre trim instead.
The infotainment uses the latest Pivi Pro system with an 11.4-inch display which is easy-to-use and brighter and bigger than it was previously.
For those interested in a spacious and luxurious SUV, there's very little competition to beat the Jaguar F-Pace SVR as a car leasing choice.
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