Jaguar XJ220

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Jaguar XJ220

1992 – 1994

Highlights

Petrol

Automatic

3.5

2

3.6 sec

542 bhp

212 mph

475 lb/ft

Jaguar delved into its illustrious motorsport legacy, aiming to create something extraordinary in the 1980s that would pay homage to its heritage. The outcome was the Jaguar XJ220, a two-seat sports car that graced the automotive scene from 1992 to 1994. Initially conceived as an ‘after-hours project’ by engineers and designers, the XJ220 aimed to bridge the gap between existing road car offerings and the world of racing.

The car made its dazzling public debut at the 1988 British International Motor Show, a mere eight hours after its completion. Responding to an overwhelming reception at the NEC, Jaguar decided to put the XJ220 into production. However, challenges surfaced, including the car’s significant weight compared to the Ferrari F40. Development hurdles led to the abandonment of the four-wheel-drive system, and emission standards required replacing the V12 with a twin-turbocharged V6.

Despite initial setbacks, the XJ220 proved itself as an impressive machine, earning the title of the world’s fastest production car from 1992 to 1993. Fueled by its twin-turbocharged V6 engine, the XJ220 achieved a remarkable top speed of 212.3 mph.

A testament to its enduring allure, the XJ220 has become a sought-after collector’s item in the modern era, showcasing timeless design and performance. Immerse yourself in a virtual tour of this particular Jaguar XJ220, owned by British entrepreneur Maximillion Cooper, founder of Gumball 3000.

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