Jaguar F-Type SVR in the most Ultra of Blues

Jaguar F-Type SVR Ultra Blue 6

What a spectacular color!

Never underestimate how much of an effect a car’s hue can have on its appeal. The Jaguar F-Type Coupe is one of the prettiest cars on sale today, but it could still be quite forgettable in gray or beige. You won’t for get seeing one in this Ultra Blue, though, especially not this decked-out F-Type SVR.

This blue Jag stood in brilliant contrast to the bright orange Porsche 918 that stole the show at the Scarsdale Concours d’Elegance this year. People were drawn to it almost as much, despite it costing nearly 1/10th of the price of the hyper Porsche.

The F-Type SVR is the king of the Jags right now, though, the pinnacle of performance in their model range. Its 575hp supercharged V8 delivers a thunderous experience for sure, but a lot of me still wishes it came in RWD instead.

It was a real treat to see this Jag, and to get some quality shots of it. It was quite a sight. Enjoy!

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-Nick Walker

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One thought on “Jaguar F-Type SVR in the most Ultra of Blues”

  1. I notice lots of automakers using lighter blues lately: BMW has Yas Marina among others. Subaru had Hyper Blue editions for their WRX STi and BRZ models, not to mention the ever-popular World Rally Blue. A similar blue seems to be a favorite on Alpha-platform Camaros, and Ford just reused the Grabber Blue name for a similarly sky-like hue. I fancy deeper royal/navy blues myself, but the lighter ones are certainly eye-catching, and seem to be more popular than darker blues on sportier cars.

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