Jaguar F-Type SVR gets injection of colour with Graphic Pack option

Unique colour combinations and carbon fibre accents available as Jaguar F-Type SVR gains Graphic Pack

Jaguar has added a new Graphic Pack to the high-performance F-Type SVR's options list. The Jag, which is powered by a 567bhp 5.0-litre supercharged V8, can now be specified with eye-catching graphics to help make it stand out from the sports car crowd.

Exhibited at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, the Graphic Pack, which has been created under the stewardship of design chief, Ian Callum (the man behind the F-Type and new all-electric I-Pace) includes a contrasting grille surround, mirror caps and aero winglets.

• 2018 Geneva Motor Show summary

These are accompanied by a large 575 stripe which runs across the bonnet and smaller stripes that run along the F-Type’s sills. The Graphic Pack can be spec’d in one of six unique colour schemes: Corris grey and Ultra Blue (as shown in our pictures), Caldera Red and Black, Ultra Blue and Corris Grey, Indus Silver and Black, or Yulong White with Firenze Red accents.

Also added to the exterior are carbon fibre bonnet louvres and lightweight forged 20-inch wheels, both helping accentuate the Jag’s sporty credentials. Owners will be reminded of their choice every time they open the door with bespoke tread plates and also a commemorative commissioning plaque.

And as there are no mechanical upgrades (the F-Type will still be capable of reaching 200mph and 0-60mph in 3.5 seconds), the no-cost Graphic Pack won't alter the price from the £122,680 starting price for the standard SVR F-Type.

Want to learn more about the Jaguar F-Type? Then read our in-depth review here...

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