Lister Throws More Carbon at Its 666 Horsepower F-Type

Compared to the prototype Thunder, the production Lister LFT-666 is lighter, stiffer and more aerodynamic, which can come handy at 208 mph.

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Back in January, Lister announced a 99-unit run of Thunders. The specification sheet included 666 horsepower and 713 lb.-ft. of torque, with a 0-60 run in 3.1 seconds and a top speed of 208 miles per hour, at your service in an all-wheel drive F-Type with a mostly stock body, but with a custom interior. Those 666 horses come courtesy of dual supercharger pulleys, custom intercoolers, performance air filtration and Lister's ECU tune.

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But as it turns out, Lister didn't stop there. Since announcing the prototype, the team has been busy perfecting a modified body with a wide range of carbon fiber aerodynamic enhancements that are now available to all F-Type drivers.

On those 99 production LTL-666s, Lister will replace the front bumper, splitter, rear diffuser, lip spoiler, rear wheel arches and the grille, as well as the wheels for lighter alloys wrapped in Michelin tires. They also re-worked the suspension and some interior parts, including the steering wheel and seat design. Overall, the LTL-666 is about 145 lbs. lighter than an F-Type SVR Coupé.

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Even better, if you don't feel like forking out nearly 200 grand for a 666 horsepower F-Type, Lister will offer a wheel and body package for standard models as well. In fact, for the price of a Nissan Versa Sedan ($12,310), the company will give you a badge, two bumpers and a wheel upgrade! Non-tuned cars with the Lister body enhancements will be known as simply the Lister LFT, with no horsepower denotation. But no matter which way you go, Lister will throw in a branded umbrella, for good measure.

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