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Production years: 1922 - 1934

The pre-Jaguar era of sidecars and Swallow bodied vehicles, covering the period from 1922 through to 1934. The Swallow Sidecar Company was formed in 1922 by partners William Walmsley and William Lyons, a partnership that continued until 193...

Production years: 1931 - 1950

The formative years of car production with the launch of a new brand (SS) and the establishment of the Jaguar name....

Production years: 1948 - 1961

The first postwar sports car, introducing the new Jaguar designed and built XK twin camshaft 6-cylinder engine. The XKs made a name for themselves in competition, both in racing and rallying and of course were the basis of the successful spor...

Production years: 1950 - 1961

The mainstay saloon production cars for the 1950's and the first saloon to carry the world renowned XK 6-cylinder engine, along with a new chassis, and new bodywork styling....

Production years: 1955 - 1969

With Jaguar’s success in the early 1950s with the XK sports cars and the Mark VII range, they saw an opportunity to capture a new market for a medium sized, high performance luxury saloon and development started in 1952....

Production years: 1961 - 1974

Jaguar’s iconic sports car of the 1960s, the benchmark for all other sports cars., then as now.Jaguar needed a new sports car for the 1960s to meet the demand for British cars overseas and to keep ahead of the competition as more and more cars wer...

Production years: 1961 - 1972

The flagship saloons of the 1960's and the new Daimler model to take advantage of the same components....

Production years: 1968 - 1992

Jaguar’s move in the late 1960s to a one-model saloon car policy led to their most successful range of cars for many years, covering both Jaguar and Daimler brands in a variety of engine sizes and trim standards....

Production years: 1975 - 1996

The Jaguar sports model born out of the XJ saloon, a car with a shaky start that turned out to be a car of star quality. Jaguar had committed to a one-model saloon policy with the XJ6 in 1968 but with the demise of the E-type in 1974 they ne...

Production years: 1986 - 1994

Jaguar’s all new saloon for the late 1980s still carried the XJ insignia but heralded new technologies and increased sales.Jaguar had for some time been working on a replacement for the long-term production XJ6 and XJ12 Series models and th...

Production years: 1994 - 1997

A new saloon designed during the Ford ownership of the company, taking the best of the previous model with a return to curvaceous styling and a new assembly line. With the Ford takeover of the company, money and a new approach to building qual...

Production years: 1996 - 2005

Following the XJS Jaguar desperately needed something new and with Ford’s purse to assist in the job, Jaguar’s engineers did a fantastic job in creating a legendary new car. The XK8 (coded X-100) was born out of necessity as the XJS i...

Production years: 1997 - 2002

A new engine, new interior, styling changes, all took the next generation XJ into even more refined territory. The very short production run of the previous XJ models (X-300) came about be...

Production years: 1999 - 2007

The birth of the S-type not only re-introduced a name from the 1960s but also took Jaguar back into the medium sized luxury saloon sector of the market that they had abandoned in the late 1960s. A car that would dramatically increase the productio...

Production years: 2001 - 2009

The first time Jaguar had produced a small saloon to cater for a younger and much wider audience, the X-type was also a two-edged sword catering for those who wanted a less expensive Jaguar and those who wanted to downsize from a larger model. ...

Production years: 2003 - 2009

Jaguar’s first production venture into aluminium construction, yet retaining many of the styling cues so well known to devotees of the XJ range over the years. Jaguar needed to revitalise the flagship XJ model and took advantage of their ne...

Production years: 2006 - 2015

Riding on the success of the first generation XK8/XKR models (X-100), for the replacement model Jaguar used their new aluminium technology and designed the model the other way around! The New XK (dropping the 8 insignia) was launched in 200...

Production started: 2008

The XF a totally new styling ethos has become one of the most popular Jaguar Saloons and has won many awards since its introduction in 2008...

Production started: 2010

The current Jaguar flagship saloon retaining the XJ insignia so well known for its reputation for quality, and refinement, yet a complete break from tradition. The New XJ, ...

Production started: 2013

The Jaguar F-TYPE is the first two-seater sports car produced by the company since the E-type, and it replaced the grand touring New XK and XKR models. The F-TYPE was introduced in 2014 as an entirely...

Production started: 2014

Jaguar’s eventual replacement for the small sized X-type saloon was introduced with an entirely new range of small capacity high efficiency engines. Aimed at capturing a larger share of the market place from its rivals BMW, the XE eventually will ...

Production started: 2016

The Jaguar F-PACE is the latest new model from the Jaguar stable offering for the first time SUV facilities with Jaguar styling. Taking advantage of the lat...

Production years: 1992 - 1994

The Jaguar XJ220 is a mid engined supercar initially designed by Jaguar then produced in collaboration with Tom Walkinshaw Racing. It was the first of the modern era of Supercars, recording a top speed of 212.3 mph in 1992...