An all-wheel drive F-Type R has a 550 horsepower supercharged V8 that sprays extra fuel into its cylinders when you lift off the throttle. The pops and crackles those controlled misfires create can wake even the dead with just a push of a button.
As Jaguar continues to make the F-Type family even better with new editions like the rear-wheel drive R-Dynamic with 380 hp and a stick, the SVR remains the king of the jungle with its 575 horsepower V8, lightweight upgrades and improved aerodynamics. A 200mph F-Type is quite something.
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But do you put up with the $20,000 extra over an R and the rear wing messing up the original design only to go 12mph faster on your imaginary closed road? No. You do it because when an exhaust system is 35lbs. lighter than the already sporty one, you know it will resonate better too. With everybody.