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Expect a supercharged V8 and an exhaust note from the gods

It should come as no surprise that the folks back in England have been working on a hot new version of the Jaguar F-Pace. Today, just ahead of the 2018 New York International Auto Show, the British automaker confirmed that the Jaguar F-Pace SVR will debut this week. The new Jaguar I-Pace and Range Rover SV Coupe will make their North American debuts alongside the F-Pace

Long Term

We say goodbye to our big blue British kitty.

This luxury crossover will be missed.

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The rotary dial offers no benefit to a traditional shifter.

Jaguar is taking a step backwards.

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We go live with our long-term snow cat.

The bright paint offsets a dreary winter.

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Why can't I match everything?!

I'll admit this may sound slightly petty.

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Supercharged V6s have a taste for the finer things.

You need a good audio system for road trips.

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We hope car companies keep making them as long as possible

We'd be happy if Jaguar would make the supercharger a tad louder though.

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This is an option to definitely look out for during a test drive.

Only for those with a strong dislike of scraping windshields.

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Spending six months with Jag's new best seller

In many ways, it's the opposite of our long-term XE.

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It's a promising idea, but you might want to wait for the kinks to get ironed out.

Spy Shots

At least until they make an even hotter SVR version.

Jaguar crosses the F-pace over to a sportier place.

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This is why you should put Montenegro on your list of beautiful countries to visit.

First Drive

The British SUV that thinks it's a sport sedan.

Jaguar came late to the crossover party but definitely did things right.

Report

The latest word has it that Jaguar Land Rover's Special Vehicles Operations department is working on SVR versions of both the F-Pace and XE - both to pack the company's celebrated supercharged V8.

Open Road

In the UK they call SUVs "Chelsea Tractors," so Jaguar put the ex-manager of Chelsea Football club in the new F-Pace.

Open Road

With its first SUV and a new sedan, the iconic British brand – now owned by India's Tata – seeks a broader audience in the mass market.

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