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60 years after dominating British racing history with the ‘Cars from Cambridge’, the Lister Design and Development Team have pushed the boundaries once again to bring you the progressive and powerful Lister Stealth. Based on the superb Jaguar F-Pace SVR, the Stealth boasts 22% more power with an update to the already potent 5.0-litre supercharged V8 engine found in the SVR factory car. Tuned to perfection and producing a devilish 666bph, 881Nm of torque, and rocketing from 0-60mph in a mere 3.6 seconds, the Stealth is unrivalled as Britain's fastest SUV with a top speed of 195mph. The Stealth also guarantees exclusivity, with a limited production run of just 100 editions.
With a top speed of 195mph and 0-60mph in 3.6 seconds - the Lister Stealth delivers heart-pounding performance with ease.
Tiff Needell is a well-known and loved TV presenter and motoring journalist, who co-hosted the BBC TV series Top Gear from 1987-2001, before producing and hosting Fifth Gear on Channel 5.
A lifelong passion for racing and fast cars, naturally led Tiff to Lister, where he drove the mighty Lister Storm for 3 years of his racing career. Tiff has stayed a part of the Lister family ever since, driving, testing and reviewing every Lister to have been produced, including the new Lister Stealth.
You can see Tiff in the new Lister Stealth launch video on our YouTube channel: @ListerMotorCompany.
By taking a 5.0-litre supercharged V8 engine and applying Lister engine enhancements, our expert engineers were able to deliver a monstrous 666bph.
A 5,000cc supercharged engine with 8 lightweight cylinders in V formation.
Upgraded duel supercharger pulleys, custom intercoolers, performance air filtration, stainless steel quad exhaust system and Lister Engine Management.
Front and rear 23" alloys in a choice of colours.
Length: 4750mm, Wheelbase: 2874mm, Height: 1670mm (adjustable). Weight: 1950kg (kerb weight). Fuel tank capacity: 82 litres.
Power: 666bhp at 6,000rpm
Acceleration: 0-60mph in 3.6 seconds
Top Speed: 195mph
and a winning combination
In October 1956, Sir William Lyons announced that the Jaguar Works racing effort would cease for the 1957 season citing the “heavy burden on the Technical and Research Branch of the Engineering Division”.
Shell-Mex BP, the fuel sponsors for both Jaguar and Lister, were keen for representation of the British market and so was Jaguar. A cost-effective way of accomplishing this was for a Jaguar engine to be fitted to a different chassis.
Brian Lister, the owner of Brian Lister (Light Engineering) Ltd., was initially reluctant, but Jaguar agreed, via Shell-Mex BP, to supply a Jaguar engine and transmission to be fitted into a Lister chassis with full factory support.
The new car was entered for the 1957 season as a Lister-Jaguar and the 60-year dedication to the Jaguar marque began. 30 years later in 1987, under the new ownership of Laurence Pearce, development began on a tuned Jaguar XJS V12, which would become known as the Lister Le Mans. In total, ninety cars were completed and the project was deemed a great success. In the 1990's Lister went on to have stratospheric success with the Jaguar V12 powered Lister Storm, winning the British Empire Trophy for a record 4th time, and in 2000, winning the FIA GT Championship. Lister’s place as one of the leading Jaguar tuning companies was sealed.
"The Stealth is the fastest SUV Britain has ever produced! I'm not normally known as an SUV man, but I think I'm about to become converted!"
Tiff Needell - Lister Racing Driver
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