• Jaguar has introduced the F-Pace 90th Anniversary Edition and F-Type SVR 575 Edition.
  • Both models are designed to mark the end of F-Pace production.

Jaguar is gearing up for an electric future and that means their ICE lineup is living on borrowed time. The company is now saying goodbye to the F-Pace with two new special editions.

The first is known as the 90th Anniversary Edition and it celebrates “nine decades of innovation and internal combustion engine production.” It features R-Dynamic styling cues as well as diamond-turned alloy wheels and a panoramic glass roof. Buyers will also find an upscale interior with sports seats, contrast stitching, aluminum trim, and an ebony headliner.

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The F-Type 90th Anniversary Edition will be offered in a variety of trims and can be outfitted with an assortment of different engines including four- and six-cylinder diesels. Buyers can also opt for a plug-in hybrid variant that has an electric-only WLTP range of up to 40 miles (64 km).

Besides the mainstream variant, there’s the F-Type SVR 575 Edition. It has a supercharged 5.0-liter V8 that produces 567 hp (423 kW / 575 PS) and 516 lb-ft (700 Nm) of torque. That’s 25 hp (18 kW / 25 PS) more than the regular model and it enables the crossover to accelerate from 0-60 mph (0-96 km/h) in 3.8 seconds.

F-Pace SVR 575 Edition

Besides the upgraded engine, the SVR 575 Edition has black accents and 22-inch forged alloy wheels with a two-tone finish. They’re joined by aluminum trim as well as Windsor leather and Suedecloth sport seats with heating and ventilation.

While the F-Pace will die later this year, it will be fondly remembered by the brand as their first crossover and one of their most successful models. In particular, more than 328,000 F-Paces have been built since the model was launched in 2015.

F-Type 90th Anniversary Edition