A unique Jaguar F-PACE, devised by Jaguar's director of design Ian Callum, has been sold at a charity auction to support automotive charity Ben.
The F-PACE 'Designer Edition' was personalised by the brand's head designer, who chose each individual element to create the ideal F-PACE and selected parts not on the options list. As Jaguar's first ever SUV, the F-PACE is a special model for the brand, and this one-of-a-kind version sold for £102,500 at the annual Ben charity ball, along with a unique Owner's Portfolio that includes a full introduction to the vehicle by Ian Callum and a bespoke sketch of the custom vehicle.
Fitted with 22-inch Double Helix alloy wheels (which isn't available as a standard option), Ebony Taurus leather with Light Oyster stitching and the Black Pack, the F-PACE was finished in Storm Grey paint to finish the bold look of the exclusive model. Callum said:
"The F-PACE was a real pleasure to design, and the result is something we are incredibly proud of, but this 'Designer Edition' is in essence my ultimate F-PACE.
'Youve got this wonderful positioning of the Storm Grey paint against the details of the Black Pack, complete with those wonderful 22-inch wheels that look like they're taking the car forwards, even at a standstill."
The regular F-PACE model starts from £35,020 and to find out more about it, contact your nearest H.A.Fox Jaguar Centre.