One of the more unique cars in the British marque’s history, the Jaguar XJ220 is a ‘90s legend. Although it never quite gained the traction of its rivals - the Ferrari F40 and Porsche 959 - the XJ220 has become a cult favourite, noted for its sleek looks and impressive speed.
The ambitions of the Jaguar XJ220 were huge. The ‘220’ in the name alluded to the top speed goal, while it was the first time Jaguar ventured into the supercar genre in pretty much forever.
The car garnered plenty of hype during development, when it set the production car lap record at the Nurburgring in 1991. While it won’t set any speed records today, a 0-60mph time of 3.6 seconds and a top speed of 217mph is mightily impressive.
This particular Jaguar XJ220 has done less than 2,000 miles, which its pristine condition alludes to. Finished in Spa Silver, and with a complementary grey leather interior and matching wheels, it’s as striking today as it ever was.
For another '80s/90s legend, check out our feature on the Ferrari 512M Testarossa.
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