Watch and hear Jaguar's fastest kitty tear through NYC's underground.
[SOUND] (engine revs)
As a teenager, most of us played that horribly awkward game, seven minutes in heaven, at one time or another.
Invariably we hope to get a change with the most beautifully guy or girl but it rarely happens.
But tonight, tonight people redemption.
We've got the prom queen here Jag 575 horsepower F-type SVR.
There's no closet here, but it's 11:00 and some of New York City finest they've got this Park Avenue Tunnel closed.
So I've got fifteen minutes and I'm intent on making a memory.
Okay, so the convertible only hits 195, but top-down you'll get to hear that ferocious five-liter V8 that much more.
The active exhaust also opens its baffles up earlier than the F-type R so it's even more This has to be one of the best sounding cars on the planet.
It's as violent and blood spilling as a Quentin Tarantino western.
0 to 60 happens in 3.5 seconds.
And the paddle shifters?
Well, they rifle through the cog right damn now.
I've tried taking the standard [UNKNOWN] without waking my family and it's impossible.
It's gonna cause more sleepless early mornings in entire neighborhoods than daylight savings.
Okay, so I've barreled through this 182 year old tunnel.
And I'm not gonna lie, I don't know how this car handles, but I do know it sounds incredible, and I want one.
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