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About Jaguar

Jaguar – a British manufacturer of passenger cars and sports cars operating since 1922. Belongs to and is part of the Tata Motors automotive group and co-founded the Jaguar Land Rover alliance since 2013.

History

On September 11, 1922, Sir William Lyons founded the Swallow Sidecar Company, which manufactures motorcycle side trucks . In 1927, the company also began to manufacture aluminum bodies used by other British companies.

The company’s first vehicle was a two-door limousine bearing the SS1 symbol presented in 1931. In 1933, the company changed its name to SS Cars Ltd , and two years later, the presentation of the sports vehicle SS100 , the name Jaguar appeared for the first time.

During World War II, the company dealt with the production of motorcycle trailers for the army. After the war, due to the combination of the names of the German branch of the SS company name was changed to Jaguar Cars Ltd. The first vehicle under the Jaguar brand was presented at the London Motor Show in 1948. It was the XK120 model . Two years later, the Mark VII limousine was presented at the same motor show. The manufacturer of sports cars and limousines lacked in its offer a car offered at an affordable price. That is why in 1955 the Mark I model was presentedand then in 1959 Mark II.

In 1960 the company took over the Jaguar shares in the German concern Daimler Company. A year later it was presented the model E-Type , and in 1966 years after the merger with the British Motor Corporation is founded British Motor Corporation , which two years later changes in the British Leyland Motor Corporation. In 1968, the first of a series of luxury cars – the XJ6 model – was presented.

In 1984, as a result of privatization, Jaguar was disconnected from the British Leyland Motor Corporation. Five years later, Jaguar was purchased by the American automotive group Ford Motor Company, thanks to which new models – XK8, XKR and S-Type were built. In 1999, Jaguar becomes part of the Premier Automotive Group. In the same year, the company got involved in Formula 1 racing, buying the Stewart GP Team which adopted the name Jaguar Racing. Due to no success in 2004, the team was sold to Red Bull.

In 2008, Ford Motor Company put the brand up for sale. The Indian concern Tata Motors became a new buyer of Jaguar.

Jaguar models

  • XE
  • XF
  • Sports
  • F-Type
  • SUVs and crossovers
  • E-Pace
  • F-Pace
  • Electric
  • I-Pace
  • Historical
  • XJS (1975 – 1996)
  • S-Type (1998 – 2008)
  • X-Type (2001 – 2009)
  • XK (1996 – 2014)
  • XJ (1968 – 2019)
  • 420
  • 1.5 Liter
  • 2.5 Liter
  • 3.5 Liter
  • C-Type
  • D-Type
  • E-type
  • Mark I
  • Mark II
  • Mark IV
  • Mark V
  • Mark VII
  • Mark VIII
  • Mark IX
  • Mark X
  • XK120
  • XK140
  • XK150
  • XJ6
  • XJ220
  • XJR-15

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