Lister LFP SUV

Sep 7, 2018

Category: Rides

The world’s fastest production SUV has arrived and it’s ready to make its competition look like a soccer mom’s van. You’ll be able to haul ass with the whole crew in the new Lister LFP Performance SUV.

Lister, the oldest surviving racing car company from Britain and now a performance-tuner of Jaguar vehicles, has taken a Jaguar F-Pace sharpened its claws. The resultant car, called the LFP, will pack 670 horsepower, a 128 horsepower upgrade from the base vehicle Jaguar SVR’s 542 horsepower. The Lister version will also hit a top speed of just over 200 mph. These specs put it in front of its production competitors like Lamborghini’s Urus and Bentley’s Bentayga. Further aerodynamic enhancements will allow you to drag race with smaller vehicles and probably put them to shame. Lister hasn’t announced an exact release date, so keep your ear to the grindstone. Meanwhile, the price is an estimated $180,000.

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