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Refreshed 2021 Jaguar F-Pace SVR roars into dealerships with more bite than before

Jaguar has significantly refreshed the Jaguar SVR for the 2021 model year.

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Earlier this year, Jaguar showed off the significantly refreshed 2021 F-Pace. Now, we know what will be coming to its highest-performance variant, the 2021 Jaguar F-Pace SVR.

"The original F-PACE SVR was incredibly characterful, well received by customers and has gone on to become the highest-selling Jaguar SV product ever," said Michael van der Sande, Managing Director, Jaguar Special Vehicle Operations. "The new version builds on this success, by making numerous detailed improvements that combine to raise the bar in the high-performance SUV segment."

2021 Jaguar F-Pace SVR The F-Pace continues to offer two rows of seating.Photo courtesy of Jaguar

The F-Pace SVR keeps most of the interior and exterior changes from the traditional F-Pace design. The sporty mode has a front end influenced by SV motorsport experience. It reduces lift by 35 percent, lowers drag, and adds to the SUV's aggressive stance.

Jaguar has kept the F-Pace SVR's 550-horsepower, supercharged 5.0-liter V8 engine but revised its torque curve so that it has a new high of 516 pound-feet of torque and a higher track speed - 178 mph. The engine is paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission.

The SUV's new Dynamic Launch function cuts the car's zero to 60 mph time to just 3.8 seconds.The Dynamic drive mode features unique tuning for a more engaging drive experience.

Stopping power comes from an improved cooling and brake pads. The SUV's new integrated power booster and retuned pedal feel work together to give drivers more confidence.

Jaguar has given the model a new electronic power-assistance steering system to deliver a better connection between the vehicle and driver. All-wheel drive is standard.

2021 Jaguar F-Pace SVR The rear of the F-Pace features similar design hallmarks to a traditional F-Pace.Photo courtesy of Jaguar

"The move to Jaguar's new Electrical Vehicle Architecture gave us the opportunity to revisit the calibration of every single component, so we took the chance to fine-tune the driving experience to make it feel even more focused and even more refined," said Paul Barritt, F-PACE SVR Chief Programme Engineer, Jaguar SV.

With the model's refresh is a redesigned cabin. Upscale materials and fresh, premium design highlight the interior. Seat and door inserts are finished in Alcantara, with elements such as the central cubby and leather midroll are wrapped in Windsor leather. The 12.3-inch HD Interactive Driver Display is wrapped in Alcantara with ebony stitching, while aluminum patterned finishers feature as standard with open-pore carbon fiber available as an option.

Buyers can opt for semi-aniline leather sports seats with heritage logo-inspired diamond embroidery across the front shoulder section. An embossed SVR logo on the headrests adds a flourish.

2021 Jaguar F-Pace SVR The interior of the F-Pace SVR Is completely different than the last-generation's. Photo courtesy of Jaguar

The Drive Selector has a more performance-focused feel. It's finished in dimpled leather with heritage logo-inspired detailing and debossed SVR logo. The new SVR split-rim steering wheel is finished with tactile zinc-alloy shift paddles, providing heightened driver engagement when making manual gear changes.

The model comes stand with Jaguar Land Rover's Pivi Pro infotainment system which includes over-the-air update capability. The model also features active noise cancellation, wireless device charging, advanced driver assistance systems, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto.

2021 Jaguar F-Pace SVR The car comes with an embossed shifter featuring the SVR logo.Photo courtesy of Jaguar

Pricing for F-PACE SVR will be announced at a later date. The 2020 model started at $80,600.

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The F-Type P450 cars replace the P300 and P380 as part of the Jaguar lineup.

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Two new versions of the Jaguar F-Type are on the horizon. New versions of the model have been created to further the car's luxury proposition and both are powered by a roaring V8 engine. The new P450 variants replace the P300 and P380 models currently in the lineup. Jaguar is keeping the F-Type R around.

2022 Jaguar F-Type P450

The 2022 Jaguar F-Type P450 will be available as a coupe or convertible in P450 RWD or P450 R-DYNAMIC AWD grades. All varieties come with a 444-horsepower supercharged V8 under the hood that achieves 428 pound-feet of torque. An electronic active differential is standard. In all configurations, the car gets from zero to 60 mph in 4.4 seconds and has a top speed of 177 mph.

2022 Jaguar F-Type P450 The car has received minor exterior updates from the 2021 model.Photo courtesy of Jaguar

In a nod to its suburban buyers, the F-Type has a Quiet Star mode that allows a more subtle roar out the back side of the car upon startup. Drivers who don't care about keeping quiet can switch the car in to Dynamic mode and let the rumble out.

Each F-Type P450 rides on 20-inch wheels, has larger brakes than traditional F-Type models, and has the switchable exhaust. Double J-Blade daytime running lights feature up front while new slender rear lights allow the body of the car to speak for itself.

Buyers who get the F-Type P450 R-Dynamic AWD get bespoke badging; a gloss black front splitter, side sills, valance, and venturi; auto-dimming, power- folding, heated door mirrors with memory; and 20-inch Style 6003, split-spoke, gloss Dark Grey with Contrast Diamond Turned Finish Wheels.

2022 Jaguar F-Type P450 The interior sports a refined appearance.Photo courtesy of Jaguar

Monogram stitch patterns on the car's seats and interior accents in Windsor Leather and satin-finish Noble Chrome enhance the interior. Additionally, there are "Jaguar Est.1935" markings on the center console finisher, glovebox release button surround, and seatbelt guides. Six-way electric power seats are standard on F-Type P450 RWD, while F-Type P450 R-Dynamic AWD adds 12-way electric memory front seats, electrically adjustable steering column with memory, Delta Aluminum Center Console, and R-Dynamic branded metal treadplates as standard equipment.

A 12.3-inch driver information display is standard.

F-Type P450 is available in 11 standard exterior colors, and can be ordered in over a dozen custom SVO paint finishes. It starts at $69,900 for the P450 RWD Coupe and $79,900 for the R450 R-Dynamic AWD Coupe.

2022 Jaguar F-Type R

The F-Type R is the pinnacle of the Jaguar lineup with torque on-demand all-wheel drive, Jaguar Intelligent Driveline Dynamics control technology, a double wishbone front and rear suspension, and electric power-assisted steering.

It can get from zero to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds and has an electronically limited top speed of 186 mph thanks to its 575-horsepower supercharged V8 engine. All-wheel drive is standard.

This model starts at $103,200.

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The 2022 Toyota Prius Nightshade is a fresh edition for the company's lineup.

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One of Toyota's most efficient cars is getting the blackout treatment. Like other Nightshade editions Toyota puts out, the 2022 Prius Nightshade has all the requisite black accents while maintaining its heralded powertrain.

The 2022 Toyota Prius Nightshade is available in front- and all-wheel drive. Buyers can add the treatment to Prius L Eco, LE, LE AWD-e, XLE, XLE AWD-e and Limited grades. It comes in the buyer's choice of Midnight Black Metallic, Super White, or Silver Metallic paint job. Front-wheel drive models ride on standard 17-inch five-spoke alloy wheels while AWD-e cars get 15-inchers with black insert and lug nuts.

The exterior of the car also gets black headlight accents, mirror caps, door handles, color keyed rear deck spoiler and shark fin antenna.

2022 Toyota Prius Nightshade

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Each of the models is powered by the Prius's 1.8-liter four-cylinder gasoline engine, which is paired with two electric motors. A continuously variable transmission is standard. All-wheel drive models get an EPA-estimated 51 mpg in the city, 47 mpg on the highway, and 49 mpg combined. Front-wheel drive versions do a slightly better 54 mpg in the city, 50 mpg on the highway, and 52 mpg combined.

Inside there are standard SofTex-trimmed trimmed, heated, power adjustable front seats and a SofTex-trimmed heated steering wheel and semi-gloss black center console. A 7-inch infotainment touch screen is standard, as is a six-speaker JBL sound system. Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Amazon Alexa come on every model, as are an auxiliary jack, three USB ports, a wireless phone charger, and one 12-volt outlet.

Toyota Safety Sense 2.0 is standard and includes a pre-collision system with low-light pedestrian detection, adaptive cruise control, bicyclist detection, lane departure alert, automatic high beams, and road sign assist.

All Prius models come with a three-year/36,000-mile basic warranty and 60-month/60,000-mile powertrain warranty. Toyota's hybrid battery warranty is for 10 years or 150,000 miles from the vehicle's in-service date, whichever occurs first. The hybrid system warranty is for eight years or 100,000 miles from the vehicle's in-service date.

This latest member of the Nightshade family means that there are 11 Nightshade editions in Toyota's stable. The Prius is the first hybrid to get the treatment.

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