Lister Stealth will be the fastest SUV in the worldApril 16, 2020
Super-SUV, built on the basis of the F-Pace, with a capacity of 666 hp will be the fastest in the world, but for now, the tuner shows new images.
Lister Motor has confirmed its upcoming SUV, which is said to be the fastest in the world, and will be called Stealth. The name was confirmed in a new video teaser, in which a subtle exhaust note is also clearly audible. The sound clearly points to the V8; in this case, the tuned version of the 5.0-liter Jaguar F-Pace SVR supercharged V8 is used. But while the power plant of the British manufacturer produces 542 hp, the Lister video confirms that Stealth will be able to produce 666 hp.
The power of the supercar should allow Stealth to accelerate from 0 to 96 km / h in about 3.5 seconds. The electric Tesla Model X P100D is capable of accelerating to this speed in about 2.9 seconds in special mode, but it cannot get closer to the Lister maximum speed mark of 320 km / h.
The video also gives us a vague idea of some of the details of the Stealth style. The front part has an intricate bumper with a lot of carbon fiber – a distinct weaving is clearly visible both on the extended front splitter and on the ribs that direct air into the huge air intakes on both sides of the grill. Carbon fiber is also used at the rear, on the enlarged rear diffuser surrounding Lister’s own sports exhaust system, which is responsible for the sound.
Following the success of Lister Thunder, the company’s best-selling model to date, Lister claims that the initial interest in Stealth, formerly code-named LFP, was high, and orders for this model are being accepted now. The technical details of Stealth are still carefully hidden by the manufacturer, but earlier Lister said prices would start at £ 120,000.
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