The revived British company Lister Cars, known for its racing cars for Le Mans, introduced a supercar called Thunder. The novelty, built on the basis of the Jaguar F-Type coupe, received a 675-horsepower engine.
The novelty became a “logical follower” of the Lister Le Mans model of the late 80’s and early 90’s, created on the Jaguar XJ-S coupe units. The British said that the Thunder became the most powerful and luxurious car that was ever produced under the brand name Lister.
The supercar was equipped with a five-liter unit with a drive supercharger with a capacity of 675 horsepower. The coupe is capable of dialing the first 100 kmh in less than three seconds, and its maximum speed exceeds 320 km per hour.
As for the exterior, the Thunder differs from its donor with a modified front end with aerodynamic elements made of carbon and a radiator grille with green inserts.
In addition, the coupe received a new hood with ventilation holes, also a rear bumper and exhaust pipes from composite materials. The salon is trimmed with Nappa leather. In total, buyers are offered to choose from 36 different color options.
The circulation of Lister Thunder is limited to 99 copies. Prices for supercar start at 139,950 pounds.