COOKIE POLICY

Jaguar would like to use cookies to store information on your computer to improve our website and to enable us to advertise to you those products and services which we believe may be of interest to you. One of the cookies we use is essential for parts of the site to work and has already been sent. You may delete and block all cookies from this site but some elements may not work correctly. To find out more about online behavioural advertising or about the cookies we use and how to delete them, please refer to our Privacy Policy. By closing, you're agreeing to cookies being used in line with our Cookie Policy.

JAGUAR ICONS

Explore the vehicles that have immortalised Jaguar on the track and on the road for over 70 years.

 

 

1948
XK120
1957
XKSS
1959
MK II
1961
E-TYPE
1968
XJ6 SERIES 1
1988
XJR-9
1992
XJ220
2004
X-TYPE SPORT PREMIUM
2017
XE SV PROJECT 8
2018
I-PACE
XK120
MODEL
XK120
YEAR
1948

STORY OF AN ICON

The world’s fastest production car at the time of its launch. The 120 in the name refers to the fact that it reaches a top speed of 120mph (even faster with the windscreen removed).
XKSS
MODEL
XKSS
YEAR
1957

STORY OF AN ICON

Often referred to as the world’s first supercar, XKSS was a road-going conversion of the 1956 Le Mans-winning D-type. Nine new originals have since been authentically reproduced by our Classic experts.
MK II
MODEL
MK II
YEAR
1959

STORY OF AN ICON

Our legendary mid-sized luxury saloon was created to improve over the MK I and completely re-engineered from the waistline up. This resulted in 18% more glass to improve visibility and allow more light into the cabin.
E-Type
MODEL
E-TYPE
YEAR
1961

STORY OF AN ICON

In 1961 the Jaguar E-Type turned heads with its electrifying looks and sensational performance. Even Enzo Ferrari proclaimed it ‘The most beautiful car in the world’. It was everything the 60s stood for and became the car of choice for the international jet-set, super models and rock stars alike.
XJ6
MODEL
XJ6 SERIES 1
YEAR
1968

STORY OF AN ICON

Originally an experimental project, Sir William Lyons envisaged XJ as a saloon with the handling of an E-Type. Upon its launch at the 1968 Paris Motorshow, the critics agreed – naming it ‘Car of the Year’.
XJR-9
MODEL
XJR-9
YEAR
1988

STORY OF AN ICON

Incredible torque and supreme handling led XJR-9 to victory in the 1988 Le Mans – while stuck in fourth gear. It was Jaguar’s first Le Mans victory since 1957. Featuring a 7.0 litre V12 engine, XJR-9 is a prototype built in partnership with Tom Walkinshaw racing.
XJ220
MODEL
XJ220
YEAR
1992

STORY OF AN ICON

Upon its launch, XJ220 boasted the highest speed of any production car ever built. Developed from a V12-engined, 4-wheel-drive concept, it was informally designed by a group of Jaguar employees in their spare time.
X-Type
MODEL
X-TYPE SPORT PREMIUM
YEAR
2004

STORY OF AN ICON

Developed during the years when Jaguar was owned by Ford (1999-2010) X-TYPE marked our entry into the compact executive market and was dubbed “the most important Jaguar ever” by Autocar.
XE SV Project 8
MODEL
XE SV PROJECT 8
YEAR
2017

STORY OF AN ICON

The most extreme performance Jaguar ever. Project 8 achieved the fastest lap ever for a four-door production sedan on Germany’s legendary Nürburgring Nordschleife.
I-Pace
MODEL
I-PACE
YEAR
2018

STORY OF AN ICON

Our first all-electric performance SUV. Jaguar I-PACE takes lessons learned from our Formula E racing success to take you from 0-60 in 4.5 seconds – and all with zero tailpipe emissions. Named World Car of the Year in 2019.

JAGUAR LAND ROVER TOP TRUMPS

Put your knowledge of the most iconic Jaguar and Land Rover vehicles to the test with our thrilling app version of this classic card game.

  • JAGUAR CLASSIC

    At Jaguar Classic, we are dedicated to preserving our motoring heritage and supporting owners with the finest restoration and maintenance facilities.

  • JAGUAR STORIES

    For over 80 years we have created exceptional cars and extraordinary stories. Discover how they were made.