According to recent information, the British group Jaguar Land Rover is planning to include in its product line several SVR models, one version each year by 2020. At present, the range includes Range Rover Sport SVR and the Jaguar F-Type SVR.
News of the expansion comes as a result of massive investment that JLR announced that it will perform in the Division Special Vehicle Operations (SVO), which draws and builds SVR models. The company announced a few days ago that it will allocate the sum of 20 million pounds for the new technical center established by SVO in Coventry, England.
“Vision Special Vehicle Operations division is to launch a new car every year on average for at least the next four years,” said John Edwards, director of SVO.
SVO Division was established in 2014 and has since worked on Jaguar Project 7 based on F-Type, Range Rover Autobiography SV and Jaguar E-Type Lightweight writes Motor1.com.
The new Jaguar will be revealed in November.
The British company Jaguar announces new version of the XKSS and will be officially presented in November in the US state of California during this year’s edition of the Los Angeles Auto Show.
The production will be limited to only nine copies, hand-built by Jaguar Classic Division technical experts, respecting exact specification of those who have left the assembly line in 1957.
Only 25 copies of the car were manufactured in 1957 and all should have come to the United States, but nine were destroyed by a fire inside the Browns Lane plant.
The new Jaguar model XKSS units have already been sold and their delivery will start early next year.
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