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Jaguar?s SVR Models Will Replace R-S Heroes: Report Photo:
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Mike Stevens | Jan, 21 2015 | 1 Comment

The creation of Jaguar Land Rover’s new Special Vehicle Operations, responsible for the recently revealed Range Rover Sport SVR, will soon mean the end of all ‘R-S’ models.

The company isn’t giving up on high-performance offerings all together, though. Rather, the R-S badge will simply be replaced with the SVR moniker.

This likely means that the next XFR-S performance sedan will be known as the XF SVR, and an XE SVR is also undoubtedly on the cards.

Likewise, any future replacement for the ageing XKR-S might instead be known as the XK SVR. (If the name continues, that is, as Jaguar is known to have registered the trademark ‘Q-Type’ with no confirmed plans.)

A report this week with Dutch website Telegraaf Autovisie also suggests that the F-Type range, currently topped by the F-Type R Coupe, will soon welcome a new F-Type SVR flagship.

Details on that model are yet to surface, although a power figure greater than the current R model’s 410kW would seem a sure thing.

(NOTE: Top image a rendering only, courtesy Kane Design.)

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