Jaguar F-Type Thunder Will Make Its Debut In London

Jaguar F-Type Thunder Will Make Its Debut In London

During this month, the Lister Motor Company will launch the new Jaguar F-Type Thunder model at the Historic Motorsport International, in London.

The new supercar from Lister Company, the Jaguar F-Type Thunder is powered by a 5.0-Liter V8 engine, packing 675 hp. The Thunder will reach to 63 Mph in only 3 seconds and will have a top speed of 208 Mph.

The Lister Motor Company was founded 65 years ago by Brian Lister and has always been linked to Jaguar. For example, the 2000 FIA GT Championship winner, the Lister Storm racecar, was packed with a Jaguar V12 engine.

The new Jaguar Thunder will have carbon-fiber rear and front bumpers, while a carbon-fiber hood will be an optional package that can be added for additional costs.

The New model will feature a yellow and green circular Lister badge on the grille and on the rear spoiler “Lister” will stay engraved in silvery writing, while the model’s nickname, “Thunder”, will stay written on the side vents.

The interior will look astonishing, will be made of Nappa-leather and will come in 36 colors, and will depict the yellow and green Lister badge on the headrests and on the wheel.

“Like Brabus, AMG with Mercedes, and Alpina with BMW, we are hoping to become synonymous once again with tuning Jaguar vehicles, giving customers new enhanced, bespoke performance and design alternatives to Jaguar’s acclaimed model program,” announced the Lister Motor Company’s CEO, Lawrence Whittaker.

The new Lister Motor Company’s Jaguar F-Type Thunder is planned to be a very exclusive model having only 99 models in the plan for the prices starting from $200,000, while the full carbon-fiber option will need an extra cost of $30,000. However, more details will be delivered on February 15th when the new Lister’s Jaguar F-Type Thunder model will make its debut at the Historic Motorsport International, in London.



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