Jaguar celebrates end of an era with special edition F-Type
The F-Type ZP Edition is the last internal combustion powered Jaguar ever
Jaguar will commemorate the end of their internal combustion sports car lineage in 2024 with a limited-edition F-Type inspired by two iconic 1960s racing E-Types.
The Jaguar F-Type ZP Edition marks the end of internal combustion sports cars designed by Jaguar and just 150 examples of this special edition will be available globally and only two units will make their way to South Africa. The 423kW supercharged petrol V8 F-Type features specially curated interior and exterior details courtesy of the experts at SV bespoke.
The F-Type has captivated sports car drivers for more than a decade, just as the E-Type did five decades before it. As Jaguar embarks on the boldest transformation in its history, to become a modern luxury all-electric brand from 2025, the F-Type ZP is an unrepeatable celebration of Jaguar’s internal combustion sports car provenance.
The F-Type ZP Edition will be available in two colourways, recalling the first race winning Project ZP E-Types campaigned shortly after that model’s launch in 1961. These combinations include Oulton Blue Gloss paint with Mars Red and Ebony duotone leather interior or Crystal Grey Gloss paint with Navy Blue and Ebony duotone leather interior. Both feature Porcelain White Gloss hand-painted racing-style roundels on the doors and Porcelain White Gloss grille surrounds.
Unique interiors with horizontal seat fluting, gloss black exterior accents and gloss black brake callipers, complement exclusive F-Type ZP Edition branding details on the fenders, gloss black diamond turned 20-inch forged alloy wheels, tread plates and dashboard. A one of 150 SV Bespoke commissioning plaque confirms its exclusivity.
The F-Type ZP Edition is available in coupé and convertible body styles but only the coupé will make its way to South Africa.
The supercharged V8 offers 423kW and 700Nm and is paired to an all-wheel drive system with Intelligent Driveline Dynamics technology ensuring exceptional performance across all surfaces and the ability to complete the 0-100km/h sprint in 3,7 seconds on the way to an electronically limited top speed of 300km/h.