Our car is a 2016 / 16 Registered Jaguar F-Type Project 7 in Ultra Blue, with Black Quilted Racing Style Diamond Pattern interior. Having only covered 60 miles by 1 Previous Owner.
We believe this car is last car off the production line! Where only a very limited number of 250 had been produced
1 of only 8 Blue Right Hand Drives!
Number Plate 'PR07 SEV' is available by separate negotiation with a price of £10,000
The exterior is presented to you in the gleaming Ultra Blue with White Decal Options, which is a true eye catcher! In an immaculate brand new condition.
The contrasting Nero with Lightweight Race-Inspired Bucket Seats, presented in Nero Quilted Racing Style Diamond Pattern with Four-Point racing harnesses and Project 7 on both Headrests, Carbon-Fibre inserts throughout the console. Also in a brand new condition.
The F-Type Project 7 already has a huge specification, our car however benefits from the added options:
Four-Point Racing Harnesses
20" Storm Gloss Black Forged Alloy Wheels
Leather Steering Wheels
SERVICE HISTORY & MOT
12/05/2017 - 50 Miles - Jaguar Main Dealer (Jaguar Preston)
The car is not due for its first MOT until 17th March 2019.
WHEELS, BRAKES & DISCS
The car is presented with Carbon Ceramic Matrix (CCM) Brakes with Yellow Calipers, with 20" Storm Alloy Wheels in Gloss Black.
The wheels are presented with Michelin Pilot Sports all around:
Front: 255 x 35 ZR19 (96Y)
Rear: 295 x 30 ZR19 (100Y)
Tread Depths are:
Front Right: 7mm
Front Left: 7mm
Rear Right: 7mm
Rear Left: 7mm
We have all the original Manuals and Service Book, Project 7 File, and other Reference Material, and 2 Keys.
To make an appointment to view, please call our customer services team on 01772 663777.
Viewing strictly by appointment.
The Project 7 is based on the F-Type Convertible, powered by a 5.0 V8 Supercharged engine, developing 575 PS (423 kW). Only up to 250 will be made and is Jaguar's most powerful production car ever. The body is 100% aluminium, reminiscing historical D-Type LeMans winner. Visually, it sports an 'Aero Haunch' behind the driver, similar to 1950s D-Type, a quad exhaust and additional rear spoiler. It has a claimed acceleration of 0-60 mph in 3.8 secs and top speed: 186 miles per hour (299 km/h). Singer and car enthusiast Brian Johnson drove the prototype car on the first programme of the second series of Cars That Rock, and announced at the end of the programme that he had bought one of the 250 production cars.
The Project 7 is a skunkworks design made by italian-brazilian designer Cesar Pieri. It was discovered by chance when Pieri accidentally showed it to Jaguar chief-designer Ian Callum. The concept then became a functional prototype and eventually reached production.