Jaguar Is Phasing Out the F-Pace SUV, Its Highest-Selling Model

Jaguar is phasing out its best-selling model as it prepares to undergo the biggest change in its history.

The British automaker will close the books on its gas-engine era with special editions of the F-Pace. The 90th Anniversary Edition and SVR 575 Edition will be among the very last vehicles built by the company that feature combustion engines.

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The mid-size F-Pace launched in 2016 as Jaguar’s first SUV and has been the closest thing the brand has had to a success story this century. The exclusive 90th Anniversary Edition serves as both a goodbye and a celebration of nine decades of gas-powered Jags. It comes loaded with your choice of number of premium add-ons. Extras includes the R-Dynamic exterior styling package, a panoramic roof, privacy glass, contrast stitching upholstery, a 3D surround-view camera system, diamond-tuned alloy wheels, and, of course, special badging.

The Jaguar F-Pace 90th Anniversary Edition from the side
Jaguar F-Pace 90th Anniversary Edition

The SVR 575 Edition is for those looking for a little more oomph. The high-performance model has a supercharged 5.0-liter V-8 that produces 567 hp, which is 25 hp more than the standard SVR (the based F-Pace tops out at 395 hp). Thanks to this bump in power it can acceleration from zero to 60 mph in under four second. The variant also comes equipped with the brand’s Black exterior package and 22-inch wheels with either a diamond-tuned or satin gray finish.

Jaguar has revealed how much the special edition F-Paces will cost, but expect the final models to cost more than their respective $57,000 and $92,400 starting prices. The exclusive models might also be the final gas-powered vehicles Jaguar the company builds, according to Motor Authority. The automaker wound down production of its coupé and saloon models earlier this year, and has yet to say if the E-Pace crossover will get a proper send-off (the company’s only other model, the I-Pace EV, is also being discontinued).

The Jaguar F-Pace SVR 575 Edition on a road at dusk
Jaguar F-Pace SVR 575 Edition

The F-Pace and the rest of its gas- and hybrid-powered siblings are being phased out so that Jaguar can reboot itself as a more upmarket electric vehicle maker. The company has been talking up the transition for a couple years now and plans to unveil the first of its new cars, which is expected to be a 575-hp grand tourer, in the U.S. later this year.

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