Jaguar Sports Cars

Jaguar sports cars evoke sensuous styling, snarling engines and heroic drivers defending England's honor. Learn about some favorites, such as the SS 100 and read the history of the XKE Series.

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1949-1961 Jaguar XK Sports Cars

Milestones by almost any standard, the sleek and speedy Jaguar XK sports cars, the XK-120 and its XK-140 and XK-150 descendants, have long been recognized among the most romantic sports cars ever built. Read about the 1949-1961 Jaguar XK Sports Cars.

Jaguar XKE History

To anyone who loves automobiles for romance rather than utility, the Jaguar XKE ranks among the most important cars ever created. And not only for its virtues as a vehicle.

Jaguar XKE Series 3 V-12

The Jaguar XKE Series 3 V-12 debuted in 1971 to combat emissions regulations. Unfortunately, the V-12 was never able to capture the magic the original XKE created in the 1960s. Learn about the XKE Series 3 design reviews specifications and more.

Jaguar Cars

Jaguar cars come alive in these profiles pictures and specifications of Jaguar's hottest sports models. Learn about the sexy Jaguar XKE the LeMans-winning D-Type and C-Type racers and the classic SS 100 roadster.

Jaguar XKE Road Tests

The Jaguar XKE, revealed in 1961, was a roadgoing race car that delighted drivers and reviewers. This car featured a race-proven twin-cam engine four-speed gearbox and all-wheel disc brakes. Find out what it's like to drive a Jaguar XKE.

Jaguar XKE Series 2

The Jaguar XKE Series 2 was born of a gradual series of updates and refinements to earlier Jaguar sports cars. Unfortunately, some of the modifications resulted in a high-performance sports car that was slower than before. Learn the history of the Jaguar XKE.

Jaguar SS 100

Jaguar's SS 100 was a stylish powerful sports car that won fans while maintaining affordable prices. It was the unique styling this car had that Jaguar founder William Lyons built his company. Find pictures and specifications for the SS 100.

Jaguar Sports Cars

In the 1920s, Jaguar (then called Swallow Coachbuilding Company) was making its money creating motorcycle sidecars. It wasn’t until the 1930s that founder William Lyons started making car bodies, and then entire cars. By 1945, Jaguar Cars, Ltd. had begun to make history.