As the company aims to dethrone the mighty Lamborghini Urus.

With a top speed of 176 mph (283 kph), the Jaguar F-Pace in the range-topping SVR trim is one of the fastest SUVs ever made, but not the fastest since that role has been attributed to the 190-mph (305-kph) Lamborghini Urus. With Cambridge-based Lister’s help, the British SUV will eventually dethrone the raging bull on stilts from Sant'Agata Bolognese by maxing out at more than 200 mph (322 kph).

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Known as the Lister LFP, the amped-up F-Pace is being previewed through several images released this week to lure in buyers as the company is already accepting pre-orders even though full technical specifications are not available at this point. We do know power will hit the 670-bhp mark, presumably generated by a tuned version of the supercharged 5.0-litre engine. In the regular SVR, it’s good for 550 bhp. No word just yet about torque, but an educated guess says we should be expecting a serious bump over the stock 502 pound-feet.

Lister LFP based on Jaguar F-Pace

While the 666-horsepower Lister Thunder based on the Jaguar F-Type R is limited to only 99 units, the new LFP will have a larger production run of 250 units. One of the previous teasers showed the car painted in green, but the final version is wearing a predominantly black coat with contrasting yellow accents for the body and the brake callipers.  

Lister LFP based on Jaguar F-Pace

Aside from tweaking existing products, Lister also has plans for a bespoke model as a spiritual successor to the Storm. Teased earlier this year, the Storm II will take the shape of a sleek supercar with approximately 1,000 bhp coming from a Jaguar-derived supercharged 7.8-litre V12 engine. It’s rumoured to cost somewhere in the region of £2.15 million and might spawn a hardcore track-only version.

Gallery: Lister LFP based on Jaguar F-Pace