• 2020 Lister Stealth based on the Jaguar F-Pace SVR

    The Jaguar F-Pace-based Lister Stealth comes with 666 horsepower and a claimed top speed of 195 mph.

  • Lister Knobbly Stirling Moss Edition
    There are still 6 Lister Knobbly Stirling Moss Editions up for sale

    The Lister Knobbly is one of just two cars to carry the name of British racing legend Stirling Moss.

  • Lister Storm Mk2 design sketch
    Lister drops new teaser for modern Storm supercar, hints at electric power

    While the original Lister Storm packed a V-12, its successor could come with electric power.

  • Lister LFT-C
    Lister LFT-666 drops its top for LFT-C convertible model

    The Lister LFT-C is based on the Jaguar F-Type, but adds carbon fiber body panels, a higher top speed, and nearly unlimited options inside. The convertible will be rare—very rare, and very expensive.

  • Lister Knobbly concept
    Lister reveals modern Kobbly concept and promises to build it

    There was a time, back in the 1950s, when the Lister name was just as synonymous with racing and sports car victories as Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz and other famous marques. It was thanks to the performance of Lister's Knobbly race car, which was driven by some of the all-time greats, including...

  • 2019 Lister LFT-666
    First comes thunder, then LFT-666: Lister redesignates its tuned F-Type

    Lister revealed its first car since the 1993 Storm supercar earlier this year with an appropriate follow-up name: the Thunder. But, now Thunder is out, and the name LFT-666 is in. The revived British sports car marque announced Wednesday it has redesignated the car as the LFT-666, with the triple...

  • Lister Storm Mk2 design sketch

    Historic British performance marque Lister has given a glimpse at the design of a successor to its Storm supercar of the 1990s. The glimpse comes in the form of a teaser sketch posted to Twitter on Wednesday by Lister CEO Lawrence Whittaker‏ along with the message, “A glimpse into the future of Lister...the Storm II.” The design looks to maintain the stubby, wedge-shaped silhouette of the original Storm, as well as the earlier car's split front fascia. There also appears to be central stabilizer fin. No further details have been released but Lister in 2014 said it wanted to...

  • 2018 Lister Thunder
    Lister unveils 'new' Thunder sports car

    Revived British sports car marque Lister has unveiled its first new car since the Storm of the 1990s. We use the term “new” lightly, however, because the car unveiled by Lister on Wednesday is actually a modified Jaguar F-Type. Lister is calling it the Thunder, and just like its Storm...

  • Lister CEO is selling his Bentley Mulsanne
    Lister CEO offers up Bentley Mulsanne on eBay with no reserve

    If you have a fair number of vehicles in your garage, it might come time where you find yourself with the need to get rid of one. Maybe more, if you're Adam Carolla and need to dump your vintage Lamborghini collection. Maybe you just have one to sell though, and it's a time you pop that bad boy on...

  • Lister Knobbly Stirling Moss Edition to make US debut at Pebble Beach
    Lister brings Knobbly Stirling Moss Edition to Pebble Beach

    Last spring, we told you about the wonderful return of the Lister Knobbly. These were British sports cars essentially crafted as hopped-up Jaguars. The brand has been given new life, and Lister will produce continuation versions of fast, loud, and beautiful machine from the 50's. The latest version...

  • Lister Knobbly
    Lister Knobbly roars back to life in continuation form

    Fans of British sports and racing cars will no doubt know of the name Lister. It's a company that came to life back in 1954 and brought shapely machines into the world. ALSO SEE: Top Gear’s Jeremy Clarkson Suspended By BBC For Alleged Punch Thrown, No Show This Week Because of the cars'...

  • Teaser for Lister ‘Hypercar’
    Historic British brand Lister teases "hypercar"

    Earlier this year we brought you news about the revival of historic British brand Lister, a brand that dates back to the 1950s and produced a supercar called the Storm during the early ‘90s. Originally, the revived Lister was to produce recreations of the brand’s famous Knobbly racing...

  • Lister 'Knobbly' Jaguar to return

    There was a time, back in the 1950s, when the name Lister was as synonymous with racing and sports car victories as Ferrari, Jaguar, Maserati, Bentley and other famous marques. Its history has been patchy over the last half-century, with a minor resurrection in the 1990s reintroducing the name to sports car racing, but Lister is building cars once again and is set to deliver its first vehicles as early as this spring. This time though Lister isn't developing an all-new supercar like the Storm it unveiled in 1993. Instead, it's set to produce recreations of the famous Lister 'Knobbly' racing...

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