Jaguar F-Type Project 7

Jaguar has unveiled an all-new roadster set to make its world appearance at this weekend’s Goodwood Festival of Speed. Like the Project 7 concept we saw back in 2013, the production version comes with many signature features and some throwback cues.


Using the original concept as a base, the Project 7 features an iconic Jaguar racing green, white striping throughout, and a new set of wheels giving it a more stanced appearance.

Unlike the concept though, the new Jag features a number of production cues like the steering wheel being on the left side, room enough for a passenger, and more comfortable leather seats.


Inside, as mentioned, the Jag gets a whole new seating arrangement to make room for someone in the passenger seat. Like the concept though, it still leaves enough room in the back for a helmet, which you might need while taking this monster machine on the track.


Jag put to use its supercharged 5.0-liter V8 for this project. But this time, it puts out a monstrous 567 horsepower sent through an automatic gearbox to the rear wheels.

0-60 can be managed in only 3.8 seconds and top speed is limited to 186 mph.

Only 250 unit of this unique ride will be built by the newly formed Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) division of Jaguar at a cost of £135,000. The Project 7 will go on sale in the U.S. mid-2015.


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Gallery: Jaguar F-Type Project 7