Lister's F-Pace has 670 bhp and can hit 60 mph in 3.5 seconds.

The Lister Motor Company has a long history of tuning Jaguars, in addition to building a few models of its own, and the company's latest undertaking is a revised Jaguar F-Pace capable of reaching over 200 miles per hour. It calls the creation the LFP, and a new Facebook post provides another look at the speedy SUV wearing a combination of British Racing Green with yellow trim. The fresh images offer a better view of the cabin, too.


Lister isn't yet offering full specs about the LFP, but some of the more important figures are available. The SUV offers 670 bhp, and this is enough for the tuned F-Pace to hit 60 miles per hour in 3.5 seconds. The tuner promises to use a lot of carbon fibre parts to shed weight off of Jaguar's crossover. Prices for the vehicle start at £140,000, and Lister is taking pre-orders for the model now. The business is limiting production to 250 units.

For comparison, Jaguar's own F-Pace SVR uses a supercharged 5.0-litre V8 that makes 542 bhp and gets to 60 mph in 4.1 seconds. It tops out at 176 mph.

In 2018, Lister launched a tuned Jaguar F-Type SVR that it called the LFT-666. As the name suggested, the model used a version of Jag's supercharged 5.0-litre V8 making 666 bhp. The firm also fitted carbon fibre body panels to save weight and revised the suspension for improved handling. Lister kept production to just 99 units.

Gallery: Jaguar F-Pace by Lister