The Lister has converted the Jaguar F-Type R convertible, into what is calls a powerful machine. The Lister LFT-C is a 666-hp car and given a new shape and life to the Jaguar F-Type. The company has unveiled the new car to celebrate their 66 years in making. Besides it making only 10 examples of this modifies car, it represents Lister’s most powerful convertible ever thanks to a tuned eight-cylinder supercharged mill producing a whopping 666 hp.

According to the company, a heavily updated F-Type will be unleashed in 2020. And they have equipped the car with more power vehicle and added modern interior and exterior.

Lister LFT-C

The company comes with a 666-horsepower version of Jaguar’s supercharged V-8, along with a bunch of cosmetic upgrades. These upgradations include a carbon fiber body panels and a custom leather interior. Thus,  just 10 examples will be built, and priced from £139,000 (around $183,000).

The British race car company famous for fielding some of the coolest competition cars of the 1950s. So, the Lister Cars has just revealed the LFT-666. It’s a customized Jaguar F-Type with 666 horsepower, a top speed of 208 mph, and more bespoke pieces.

Coming to the design, the car has Lister’s own carbon panels, to give a racy attitude, including some garish aero underbody parts.  Besides that the rear diffuser looks like it’s been lifted from a car twice the size, and the front splitter is almost as aggressive. On the other hand, company has r has fitted its own highly complicated wheels, as well as the exhaust, suspension and brakes it uses on the LFT-666.

On the other hand, for the interior, they have replaced the leather with Bridge of Weir Nappa leather. The LFT-C’s entire interior, including seats and roof, are wrapped in it, and will thus smell like your most heavenly dream.

While, talking about the power, the LFT-666 is based off the Jaguar F-Type R. It has supercharged 5.0-liter V8 provide 666 hp. Thus, engines give 713 lb.-ft. of torque, which makes it to hit 0-62 mph in 3.1 seconds. Besides that the eight-speed transmission found in the F-Type remains in place.