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Jaguar racing - Mk2 chases XJ40 & S-type

The Teapot, a 1961 Jaguar Mk2 driven by Colin McKay, chases an XJ40 & new shape S-type at wet, wet, wet Oulton Park, August 2008


 


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Mark 2 Jag @ 120mph
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2015 Jaguar XE, first presentation
2015 Jaguar XE, first presentation London, 8th September, 2014 - The Jaguar XE has been revealed to the world during a star-studded event held at Earl’s Court, London. A true driver’s car, the rear-drive Jaguar XE redefines the concept of the sports saloon thanks to its advanced lightweight construction, streamlined styling, luxurious interior, and outstanding ride and handling. The XE goes on sale in 2015, with the high-performance S model at the top of the range. The XE S rewards drivers with the responsiveness and refinement of its supercharged 3.0-litre V6. Generating 340PS and 450Nm of torque, this high-revving engine is linked to an eight-speed automatic transmission with paddle shift controls, giving the driver immediate access to the vehicle’s incredible reserves of power. Accelerating to 0-60mph in just 4.9 seconds, the XE S has an electronically-limited maximum speed of 155mph. Press info: High-efficiency 2.0-litre Ingenium diesel: 75mpg, 99g/km CO2 Aluminium-intensive monocoque – the first in the mid-size segment Exhilarating performance, precise handling, supple ride Dynamic design, classic rear-drive stance Lightest and stiffest Jaguar saloon yet Most aerodynamic Jaguar ever made: Cd 0.26 Intuitive new InControl infotainment system Intelligent Active Safety technologies to support the driver Low cost of ownership: highly competitive fuel economy, emissions, insurance ratings, service intervals and residual values Indicative pricing for the XE range: from £27,000 The first Ingenium engines to come off the line are 2.0-litre four-cylinder diesels. Clean combustion, variable Exhaust valve timing and sophisticated Exhaust gas aftertreatment ensure Euro 6 compliance and take the XE’s CO2 emissions as low as 99g/km in the case of the 163PS/380Nm variant*. More powerful versions will be available too, combining exceptional fuel economy and even greater responsiveness. The 2.0-litre turbocharged direct injection petrol engines are powerful and refined and generate strong torque from low speeds, ensuring excellent launch performance and mid-range response. Two ratings will be available in the XE, and both will be offered with a lighter version of the ZF 8HP automatic used in the rest of the Jaguar range: this benchmark eight-speed transmission is controlled using Jaguar’s unique rotary shift selector. Ingenium diesels will also be available with a highly efficient six-speed manual – low viscosity oil and pseudo dry-sump lubrication cut parasitic losses. All of the XE’s transmissions are characterised by exceptionally smooth, quiet shifts. The XE is the first car in the world to be equipped with All Surface Progress Control (ASPC). This all-new system, developed with the input of decades of Jaguar Land Rover experience in off-road traction systems, works like a low-speed cruise control. ASPC functions between 3.6km/h and 30km/h: by precisely controlling the brake system and the powertrain it delivers optimum traction in the most slippery conditions without skidding and without the driver using the pedals. Jaguar is one of the first manufacturers in the segment to use stereo camera technology. This state-of-the-art sensor is the ‘eyes’ of the XE’s autonomous emergency braking system, providing highly accurate measurements of speed and distance of objects ahead, and can initiate full braking to avoid or mitigate a collision. The stereo camera performs traffic sign recognition and lane departure warning functions too. The XE also offers systems such as adaptive cruise control, closing vehicle sensing, blind spot monitoring, semi-automated parallel and bay parking, and reverse traffic detection.Full details of the entire XE range will be announced at the Paris Motorshow in October.





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BEACHAM JAGUAR MK2 HD ( New Music )
This video is now available for you in full HD ( New Music ). Please select the HD button in the bottom right hand corner to view this video in full HD. Beacham Jaguar Mk II "A Mk II Jaguar, on chrome wire wheels, is a favourite of many classic car lovers. But this is no ordinary Mk II. Beacham™ Jaguar has created a Mk II-bodied XJR - thunderous supercharged V8 and all. It's an exquisite work of art." SPECIFICATIONS - Modern Jaguar V8 4.0-litre engines / matching transmission - Supercharged ­ 370bhp / Normally-aspirated ­ 290bhp - Air Conditioning / Total Climate Control - Air Bags (SRS) - ABS, Traction Control and Anti-Dive System - Premium Jaguar Audio (Multi-CD, AM/FM, Cassette) - Full Power Equipment: Power Windows, Wheel Adjustment, Seats, Mirrors, (with Memory function), Remote Locking, etc. - Power-operated Sunroof - Available integrated GPS The Mk II Jaguar was perhaps the world's first luxury/performance sedan. Fitted with 4 doors and with room for a family, the Mk II soon became the transport of choice for gangsters and police departments alike in its native Britain, as well as the unbeatable champion in UK and European sedan racing. Beacham™ Jaguar made its early reputation as world-class restorers of these cars, gradually upgrading them with the more modern technology of newer Jaguars. Indeed the initial development on the Supercharged V8 cars was carried out using the Mk II base units. To date more than 200 Mk IIs have been delivered to customers by the company. The Mk II is a timeless classic - its looks are totally unconventional. It has a unique shape that owes nothing to anything else - except the Mark I. It is a mix of traditions with its vertical oval grille, rounded lines, and a clubhouse interior that could only be British. Gorgeous in the 1960s, still gorgeous today. So the notion of stuffing a 4.0 litre, supercharged XJR engine and drivetrain under the elegant coachwork of a classic Mk II Jaguar seems like the stuff of dreams. Introducing the Beacham™ MkII "You have to come to grips with this car emotionally. It may look "old" but it's been re-engineered, re-developed and completely rebuilt so that it is, to all intents and purposes, new." Externally it looks very familiar, the only real giveaways for the sharp-eyed are the louvres from the XKR sports car in the bonnet, the air scoops under the front bumper, and the bigger Jaguar competition tires and chrome wire wheels. However it is beneath the skin, and inside the cabin where the most obvious visual changes are to be found. Under the bonnet the Beacham™ Mk II is crammed full of technology: ABS brakes, traction control, anti-dive suspension geometry and more. But it is the interior where the achievement really hits home. Trimmed in supple new leather, the modern seats have all the power controls from the current Jaguar. Included is a full complement of comfort and safety systems: Power Windows and Locking of course; Power-adjustable Steering Wheel, Side Mirrors, all with Memory Function; Climate Control and a Power-operated Sunroof of course, even the SRS/Airbag Systems. Topped off with a premium sound system and GPS, all is joy set into a bespoke polished wood veneer dash. The result is a revelation to drive. Yes, the Beacham™ Mk II is fast, very: 0-60mph in around six seconds fast. Yes, it steers, handles and drives extraordinarily well. Yes, the car has been re-engineered from the wheels up and the workmanship is exceptional. Yes, if you put preconceived notions aside and approach the car with pragmatism, you can successfully merge today's technology, electronics and trim with 1960s styling. The integration of the mechanical components has to be considered a remarkable engineering feat. The quality of workmanship is stunning, with a level of fit and finish well beyond that of most new cars - it is, after all, a thoroughly handbuilt vehicle. Close the doors and they close easily, but firmly - that's another advancement, modern air-filled, hollow door seals with holes to let the compressed air out. A small detail but which adds to the modern feel of the car. But the real delight is supplied when the throttle pedal is introduced to the floor. It's easy to drive, fast, flexible and comfortable. "The Beacham™ Mk II is a brand new car with impeccable breeding - and with performance to match."





Beacham MK2 Jaguar
Beacham Jaguar Mk II "A Mk II Jaguar, on chrome wire wheels, is a favourite of many classic car lovers. But this is no ordinary Mk II. Beacham™ Jaguar has created a Mk II-bodied XJR - thunderous supercharged V8 and all. It's an exquisite work of art." SPECIFICATIONS - Modern Jaguar V8 4.0-litre engines / matching transmission - Supercharged ­ 370bhp / Normally-aspirated ­ 290bhp - Air Conditioning / Total Climate Control - Air Bags (SRS) - ABS, Traction Control and Anti-Dive System - Premium Jaguar Audio (Multi-CD, AM/FM, Cassette) - Full Power Equipment: Power Windows, Wheel Adjustment, Seats, Mirrors, (with Memory function), Remote Locking, etc. - Power-operated Sunroof - Available integrated GPS The Mk II Jaguar was perhaps the world's first luxury/performance sedan. Fitted with 4 doors and with room for a family, the Mk II soon became the transport of choice for gangsters and police departments alike in its native Britain, as well as the unbeatable champion in UK and European sedan racing. Beacham™ Jaguar made its early reputation as world-class restorers of these cars, gradually upgrading them with the more modern technology of newer Jaguars. Indeed the initial development on the Supercharged V8 cars was carried out using the Mk II base units. To date more than 200 Mk IIs have been delivered to customers by the company. The Mk II is a timeless classic - its looks are totally unconventional. It has a unique shape that owes nothing to anything else - except the Mark I. It is a mix of traditions with its vertical oval grille, rounded lines, and a clubhouse interior that could only be British. Gorgeous in the 1960s, still gorgeous today. So the notion of stuffing a 4.0 litre, supercharged XJR engine and drivetrain under the elegant coachwork of a classic Mk II Jaguar seems like the stuff of dreams. Introducing the Beacham™ MkII "You have to come to grips with this car emotionally. It may look "old" but it's been re-engineered, re-developed and completely rebuilt so that it is, to all intents and purposes, new." Externally it looks very familiar, the only real giveaways for the sharp-eyed are the louvres from the XKR sports car in the bonnet, the air scoops under the front bumper, and the bigger Jaguar competition tires and chrome wire wheels. However it is beneath the skin, and inside the cabin where the most obvious visual changes are to be found. Under the bonnet the Beacham™ Mk II is crammed full of technology: ABS brakes, traction control, anti-dive suspension geometry and more. But it is the interior where the achievement really hits home. Trimmed in supple new leather, the modern seats have all the power controls from the current Jaguar. Included is a full complement of comfort and safety systems: Power Windows and Locking of course; Power-adjustable Steering Wheel, Side Mirrors, all with Memory Function; Climate Control and a Power-operated Sunroof of course, even the SRS/Airbag Systems. Topped off with a premium sound system and GPS, all is joy set into a bespoke polished wood veneer dash. The result is a revelation to drive. Yes, the Beacham™ Mk II is fast, very: 0-60mph in around six seconds fast. Yes, it steers, handles and drives extraordinarily well. Yes, the car has been re-engineered from the wheels up and the workmanship is exceptional. Yes, if you put preconceived notions aside and approach the car with pragmatism, you can successfully merge today's technology, electronics and trim with 1960s styling. The integration of the mechanical components has to be considered a remarkable engineering feat. The quality of workmanship is stunning, with a level of fit and finish well beyond that of most new cars - it is, after all, a thoroughly handbuilt vehicle. Close the doors and they close easily, but firmly - that's another advancement, modern air-filled, hollow door seals with holes to let the compressed air out. A small detail but which adds to the modern feel of the car. But the real delight is supplied when the throttle pedal is introduced to the floor. It's easy to drive, fast, flexible and comfortable. "The Beacham™ Mk II is a brand new car with impeccable breeding - and with performance to match."





Jaguar 3.8S - World's First S-Type - 1963
Believed to be the very first 3.8S out of the Jaguar factory in 1963... alive and well in Taranaki, New Zealand. The first S-type, video clip from NZ's "Jim's Car Show".





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