Experience the Green Hell in the best of British.

Jaguar has become the latest manufacturer to offer 'Ring Taxi' rides around the Nürburgring by offering laps in the Jaguar F-Type SVR and XJR575.

Yes, you can now go full pelt round the Green Hell in a high-performance Jag, which we imagine is better than your regular taxi ride in the back of a five-owner, dirt-riddled Toyota Prius.

What's more, Jaguar will even give you a high-definition video momento of your ride, so you can see the sort of faces you pull at 1.2G round the track's 73 turns.

'A ride in the F-Type SVR and XJR575 Race Taxi is a thrilling and truly unforgettable experience for any car enthusiast – or anybody who just enjoys going very fast,' said Phil Talboys, European engineering operations manager for Jaguar Land Rover.

'Our highly experienced professional drivers are veterans of the Nürburgring 24-hour race, making them uniquely qualified to show customers the true potential of these extraordinary supercharged V8 Jaguars.'

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Jaguar XJR575 and F-Type SVR Nurburgring taxis

The F-Type SVR is a 200mph, all-wheel-drive version of the F-Type sports car, developed by Jaguar Land Rover's Special Vehicle Operations Division. Powered by a 5-litre supercharged V8 engine developing 567bhp, the F-Type SVR can do 0-62mph in a mere 3.5 seconds.

The Jaguar XJR575 is something a little different – it's the fastest and most powerful XJ ever made. It comes with the same engine and horsepower figure as the F-Type SVR, but thanks to the big limo's extra size and weight, its 0-62mph time is slightly slower at 4.2 seconds while the top speed is electronically-limited to 186mph.

Jaguar's pair of Ring Taxis join the likes of the BMW M3 and M5, the Lamborghini Huracan, Porsche 911 Turbo and more that operate as passenger experience cars at the 12.9 mile circuit.

Passenger laps in the two supercharged Jaguars are available until November – the price for a lap in either of the Jaguars is £174 and can be booked here.

Gallery: Jaguar F-Type SVR and XJ575 Nurburgring taxis