Jaguar’s Farewell to Gas: The Exclusive F-TYPE ZP Edition
Jaguar heralds the end of its internal combustion sports car era with the unveiling of the F-TYPE ZP Edition. This 2024 limited release, of which only 150 units will be available worldwide, celebrates Jaguar’s rich racing history, echoing the iconic 1960s race-winning “Project ZP” E-types.
Potential buyers can choose between two striking color schemes: Oulton Blue Gloss with Mars Red and Ebony leather interiors or Crystal Grey Gloss with Navy Blue and Ebony inside. Powered by a supercharged V8 engine, the car offers a remarkable 570 hp, allowing for 0-60mph in a swift 3.5 seconds, with a top speed of 186mph.
The design intricacies, including Porcelain White Gloss racing-style roundels and Gloss Black details, are the craftsmanship of SV Bespoke. These features, combined with 20-inch forged alloy wheels and exclusive branding, emphasize its collector’s value.
Rawdon Glover, Jaguar’s Managing Director, describes this release as an “unrepeatable celebration” as the brand transitions to an all-electric future from 2025. The F-TYPE ZP Edition is priced at $165,000 for the Coupé and $170,000 for the Convertible. Orders can be made via Jaguar’s official website.
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