Jaguar-based Lister LFP Super SUV Aims for Lamborghini Urus
Based on the Jaguar F-PACE SVR, the LFP is set to top 200 miles per hour.
Lister, a well-known brand in the Jaguar community, has plans to build the world’s fastest SUV. The British firm is highly regarded for their racing efforts with Jaguar as well as their equally potent street car conversions.
Currently, the record for the world’s fastest production SUV belongs to the Lamborghini Urus, capable of an impressive 190 miles per hour. Lister plans to surpass 200 miles per hour with their LFP, based on the already exceptional Jaguar F-PACE SVR.
The F-PACE SVR is a high-performance SUV of the highest order, with a listed top speed of 176 miles per hour. Lister has not released exact details on how they plan to wring an additional 24 miles per hour out of the SUV, but the listed specs are impressive. The original 5.0-liter supercharged V8 from the F-PACE SVR will be retained, but with an additional 120 horsepower, according to Barron’s. That makes for a grand total of 670 horsepower. The Lister LFP’s 0-60 MPH time also represents a huge leap over the F-PACE SVR, down a full half-second to 3.5 seconds.
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From the outside, the Lister LFP looks a lot like the F-PACE SVR it’s based on, with a stylish British Racing Green & black paint scheme that features tasteful yellow accents. We don’t yet have full photos of the Lister aerodynamic treatment, but we’re most intrigued by the front bumper shape and the side skirts.
Production will be limited to just 250 units, and the price is expected to be north of $180,000. That’s $100,000 more than the F-PACE SVR, but $20,000 less than the Lamborghini Urus. We’re expecting that, by the time one were to spec a Urus to the same level of bespoke luxury as the Lister, the price difference would be much greater. We’re eagerly awaiting more details from Lister.