British sports activities car marque Lister is rising a tuned model of the Jaguar F-Bound. Beforehand labeled a Lightning, and then LFP, Lister has since confirmed the automobile will mosey by the title Stealth and sit down alongside the F-Form-basically based completely LFT and LFT-C within the corporate’s rising aresenal of tuned Jaguars.
Corpulent microscopic print are yet to be launched however we know the Stealth will doubtless be in step with the Jaguar F-Bound SVR, and in step with Lister this would maybe well be the fastest SUV money can earn. The goal to beat is the 190 mph of the Lamborghini Urus.
A teaser video launched on Thursday finds a in reality aggressive sound for the automobile. We additionally know the Stealth will feature a replace of chassis and aerodynamic upgrades, solid wheels, and nappa leather dapper.
Beneath the hood will doubtless be Jaguar Land Rover’s familiar 5.0-liter supercharged V-8, however with output dialed up from the F-Bound SVR’s stock 550 horsepower to 666 horses. This makes handiest the 707-hp Jeep Mammoth Cherokee Trackhawk extra noteworthy, as a long way as stock SUVs are enthusiastic.
Lister says the Stealth will dawdle to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds and reach a top tempo of better than 200 mph, thinking about a designate of 120,000 British kilos (approximately $149,233). consumers could well additionally silent be like a flash as appropriate 250 examples are destined for production.
Lister is taking a explore to remodel itself into a semi-genuine efficiency arm of Jaguar, an linked to what Alpina is to BMW and AMG turned into to Mercedes-Benz sooner than being introduced in-dwelling, so we is incessantly handled with extra Jaguars tuned by Lister within the arriving years, including presumably the I-Bound.
The moral knowledge is that Lister just isn’t giving up on its standalone models. The corporate is silent churning out continuation versions of its celebrated Knobbly fade car, and it has a supercar within the works to be triumphant its Storm supercar of the 1990s.
Creating the original supercar requires loads of funds, which is why Lister has turned to tuning Jaguars within the intervening time. There could be additionally the ancient connection as Lister’s past automobiles enjoy in total fade Jaguar powertrains, including the Storm which featured a 7.0-liter V-12 from Jaguar’s XJR-9 prototype fade car. Lister’s earlier owner additionally tuned Jaguars, namely the XJS.