2016/16 Jaguar Project 7

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2016/16 Jaguar Project 7

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  • 1 of just 250 built and 1 of only 80 RHD examples
  • Retains all its protective plastics on carbons sills, carpets and door cards
  • Delivery mileage
  • Stunning homage to the D-Type from JLR's Special Vehicle Operations
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The Project 7 was designed as a limited production homage to the legendary Jaguar D-Type. Developed by JLR's new Special Vehicle Operations, just 250 were built and only 80 were manufactured in RHD. Based on the range topping F-Type R Convertible, power has been increased to 567 bhp and the car has shed nearly 100kg over the standard convertible. 0-60 is dealt with in 3.9 seconds and top speed is restricted to 186mph. The Project 7 comes as standard with Carbon Ceramic brakes, the majority of the body work is unique to the car and the chassis is tuned to give an even more honed and exciting driving experience.

This example is unique in the fact that it still retains all of its protective plastics and even the quality control stickers in various places. The carbon sills, carpets, rear deck, seat belt buckles, arm rest and even the brake pedal are still wrapped in plastic. The drivers door card has a hard plastic shell in place so as to protect it during delivery. The car is currently showing just 9 miles on the odometer and is ready to be either mothballed as a future 'delivery mileage' example in 'as delivered' condition, or to have all the plastics removed and be enjoyed as the simply sensational sports car that it is.

Jaguar has taken giant leaps and bounds in the last few years and is doing an incredible job of snapping at the heels of rivals such as Ferrari and Porsche. One could argue that if either of the two aforementioned manufacturers created such a bespoke and limited edition model, it would command a significantly higher price, and with Jaguar continuing to close the gap between them, there is only one outcome when it comes to the future value of these fabulous collector's cars.