2015 Jaguar SVO Project 7
The Project 7, the first special model to be offered by the Special Vehicle Operations department at Jaguar was well received by the motoring press and enthusiasts alike. Indeed, the worldwide production run of just 250 examples was sold out within 48 hours of the vehicles launch at The Goodwood Festival of Speed Event in 2014.
This is a rare opportunity to acquire a virtually brand new example that has covered just 430 dry summer miles in the hands of two owners from new.
I bought the car from the estate of the original owner and sold it very quickly to a regular Hairpin customer with whom it has resided until now.
This Project 7 is even more special in being one of few that were uniquely specified by SVO Bespoke. The Bespoke programme allowed the first owner to personalise the car to his requirements albeit at a considerable cost and with a significant delay in supply. The unique features on this car include the yellow finish to the intake snout, lower section of rear spoiler, sill entry illumination shields light in yellow, yellow callipers and the upholstery features yellow cross stitching and paddle shifts. Additional optional extras include the P7 helmet in body colour and full harnesses along with the standard lap belts and a Tracker security system.
The car has been serviced annually despite minimal use and it comes with all books, presentation box, and service and ownership documentation.