Jaguar F-Type ZP Edition: Last Farewell Before the Electric Revolution
Jaguar introduced the F-Type ZP Edition, its last internal combustion engine model before switching to electric vehicles. This special model will be a coupe or convertible powered by a supercharged V8 engine, with only 150 units produced.
A Tribute to E-Type Racing Cars
Jaguar's new F-Type ZP Edition model was designed to keep alive the legacy of the E-Type model, which was introduced in 1961 and appeared on race tracks shortly after. For this reason, the vehicle has special details such as handmade round logos on the doors, bright white color around the grille and 20-inch wheels with black elements.
Jaguar's new F-Type ZP Edition model is mechanically no different from the P575 trim of the F-Type R. This means that the vehicle has a supercharged 575-liter V701 engine that produces 5.0 horsepower and 8 Nm of torque. Additionally, the vehicle uses an eight-speed automatic transmission to transmit power to all four wheels.
Jaguar's new F-Type ZP Edition model also has a special design in the interior. The seats of the vehicle are fully upholstered in Synthetic Leather and, of course, the logos that identify the vehicle as a special model are also located in the interior. There is also special hardware that indicates the vehicle's production number (between 1 and 150).
Jaguar's Transition to Electric Vehicles
Jaguar announced that it would produce only electric vehicles starting from 2025. Therefore, the new F-Type ZP Edition model will be Jaguar's last model with an internal combustion engine. Jaguar's new F-Type ZP Edition model is the final farewell before the electric revolution.