Check out the Jaguar F-Type SVR Convertible Prototypes testing in the Rocky Mountains

These Jaguar F-Type SVR Convertible prototypes we caught resting in the Rocky Mountains and, even heavily disguised, they look sensational. That’s the head-scratcher, why do they need to be so disguised when what they are hiding is a mild, mid cycle refresh? We expect to see a few cosmetic changes along with some real updates under the skin and in the cockpit.

It’s possible that one of these Jaguar F-Type SVR Convertible prototypes may be testing the 400 horsepower version of the supercharged, 3-liter V6 (which normally puts out 380 hp). If it is the 400 hp model, it’s a limited run vehicle which is slated to be produced for one year only.

The interior upgrades should consist of lighter materials and the addition of new tech. Jaguar is taking a page from Ford’s book and has designed a parking system that works much like Ford’s parking assist system. They may be testing the new ReRun system. ReRun connect telemetry data with a camera that views ahead when the driver wants tons of data (everything from throttle position to gear selection) and wants it on camera to review – or to brag.

The TFL team is looking forward to learning more about the upcoming Jaguar F-Type SVR Convertible. We’re hoping to learn more soon.

Here’s the video!