|SIZE:||246 x 189 mm|
|INSIDE:||8pp colour section / 120 black & white and colour photographs & line drawings|
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.
Contents include: complete history of XJ-S from 1975 to 1996; full specifications of all models; competition and racing details; coverage of Cabriolet and Convertibles and fully illustrated with superb archive and new colour photography.