1952 Jaguar MK VII: Grace, Space, and Pace!
Having a Jaguar in a garage was always a sign of style and commitment to British traditions. However, Mk VII was created primarily with the American market in mind. After the presentation in New York, it made a splash, and the company received orders for more than $ 30 million.
1957 XK150: Jaguar Leap
Exclusive brands of classic cars excite our consciousness and cause the brightest dreams and the desire to conquer this world for the sake of owning them. One such outstanding vehicle is the famous Jaguar XK150 sports roadster.
1961 Jaguar E-Type: The most beautiful car in the world!
On March 15, 1961, Jaguar once again excited everyone. This time the venue was the Geneva Exhibition, and the newly introduced car was the E-Type. Even though the success of the brand's XK120 was undeniable, it was no match for the success of its new offspring.
1968 Jaguar E type: The one and only
Jaguar E-Type was one of the automotive icons of the 1960s, impressing with its elegance and unique predatory charm. This sportscar combined the agility of racing cars and the comfort of the famous British sedans.