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Tobias had pulled a fast one, everyone at St. George's country club had been fooled by his
Jaguar XJR. (Thanks for the picture Guillaume!)
Jaguar is celebrating its 75th anniversary, and to commemorate the occasion we've put together our favorite examples of the breed — all seven-and-a-half of them. The best from the leaping-cat breed below.
Ladies and gentlemen, we interrupt your regularly scheduled weekend programming to bring you shocking footage. Despite all evidence to the contrary, we're able to provide video proof a Jaguar product can indeed go 100,000 miles. Suck it, Joe Lucas.
Once, my Grandfather let me drive his 70's-era Jaguar XJ6; the windows were gun-slits, the throttle was stiff and the steering heavy, but it was every bit a Jag. Like this one. It's my newly-purchased 1999 Jaguar XJR.
We were out and about cruising the snowy streets of Detroit, taking advantage of the return of sub-two dollar gas, and what to our wondering eyes should appear, but a stretched Jaguar XJ8 hearse.
We shudder to think of how this saloon would suffer at the hands of Beavis, what with its 400hp blown eight, satin-finish walnut trim, and slightly-overwrought aluminium-type side gills. Nevertheless, the six-speed autobox would allow Butt-Head's partner in crime to travel with ease, eliminating unseemly clutch…
Yesterday, Jaguar introduced its newest all-aluminum hi-po sedan, the XJR Portfolio — fittingly, at the British Motor Show in London. The Portfolio is the production version of the Concept Eight the company showed off in New York in 2004. It'll be available this fall in regular and long-wheelbase versions, both…