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Jaguar F-Type SVR

If this is the beginning of the passing of the internal combustion engine, then we just got taken to church

History may yet judge differently, but the all-electric Jaguar I-Pace we drove earlier this year appears to be the most significant new car to come from this marque, if not this country, in decades.

It’s cleverly packaged, beautifully designed, delivers close to 300 miles of range on a single electric charge and — most importantly — drives like a Jaguar.

It’s the first zero emissions vehicle an enthusiast would want to own.

It’s hard to over-state, therefore, the potential impact of this technological tour de force — on the Jaguar brand, on new car buyers and, indeed, on the entire future model line. The I-Pace won’t be the last allelectric Jaguar, and one can only speculate on the capabilities of a silent-running XJ executive saloon or the accelerative forces that might be found in a pure electric replacement for the F-Type sports car.

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