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Look at the 1990 Jaguar XJR-15 as a Possible Car Choice Today

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Created for the Intercontinental Challenge series, the XJR-15 was a rare supercar manufactured by Jaguar Sport, a partnership between Jaguar and TWR. Inspired by the XJR Group-C cars made by TWR for Jaguar, the XJR-15 kept the 6-liter engine and basic chassis layout of the XJR-8. A new body design by Peter Stevens gave it a more uniquely Jaguar look.

1990 Jaguar XJR-15 | ©

Mechanically linked to the Le Mans-winning Jaguar XJR-9, the XJR-15 featured an aerodynamic body designed by Tony Southgate and styled by Peter Stevens, who later designed the McLaren F1. It was the world’s first all carbon-fiber road car, with only 53 ever produced.

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