Five Things You Could Buy Instead of a Jaguar F-Type SVR

Not that you would. But you could.

Jaguar F-Typer SVR

Jaguar officially unwrapped the F-Type SVR coupe and convertible this week, and while we already knew most of the salient details about it thanks to a recent leak,, it’s still fun to salivate over the car’s specs. A supercharged 5.0-liter V-8 cranked up to 575 horsepower and 516 lb-ft of torque. Enhanced aerodynamics, including an active rear spoiler.  A lightweight Inconel exhaust that’s both lighter and louder. Recalibrated eight-speed automatic transmission, torque vectoring system, and all-wheel drive. A claimed 0-60 time of 3.5 seconds, with a top speed of an even 200 mph for the hardtop.

One thing we didn’t know until today, though: how much the F-Type SVR would cost. Here in the United States, snatching up an F-Type SVR coupe will run wealthy big cat buyers $125,950, while buying the convertible will cost $128,800.

Considering the F-Type SVR’s performance, that’s practically a bargain. But it’s still a ton of money by most objective measures. So we pulled together a list of a few other things you could buy for the same amount of cash, in case you weren’t yet already lost in the fantasy of hammering the SVR up the Stelvio Pass.

A new Porsche 911 Carrera 4 GTS Coupe

And you’d still have enough money left over for a year’s worth of gas.

A dozen 1999 Porsche Boxsters

eBay.com

Even if five of them break down, you’ll still have one for every day of the week.

A new 31-foot Marlow-Hunter sailboat

Yacht World

It won’t do 200 mph, but it’s a lot better for fishing.

A three-bedroom, two-bath house in Pittsburgh

Realtor.com

You won’t have a car to put in the garage, but you will have a game room with wet bar.

Three and a half seconds of commercial time during the Academy Awards.

MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images

Just enough time to plug The Drive to the entire nation.