The XJ-S was Jaguar's most controversial car. Despite offering a superb blend of performance and refinement it was a radical departure in style from the elegant E-type. It appeared at a time when fuel-thirsty luxury cars were unfashionable. However, Jaguar stuck with the car and the result is a twenty-one year production history and a firm place in the classic jaguar list. New in paperback for 2007, this will be essential reading for all fans of this classic sporting Jaguar.
The XJ-S is one of the most modern of the Jaguar cars to be accorded classic car status.
Complete development history of the classic sporting Jaguar XJ-S from 1975 - 1996 is covered.
Fully illustated with 120 black & white archive photographs and an 8 page colour section.
Graham Robson is a renowned motoring journalist and author.
Graham Robson has had a long career in the motor industry, starting as a graduate engineer at Jaguar Cars. He went on to work for both Standard-Triumph (where he was competition manager during the 1960s) and Rootes/Chrysler UK. He is now an independent writer, historian, author and broadcaster. He contributes to magazines and newspapers all over the world, and has written over 100 books, including several Crowood AutoClassics on some of his favourite subjects.
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