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JAGUAR

XJR-15

1990 - 1992
United Kingdom

🗃 Sports Car

50 JAGUAR XJR-15 produced

The Jaguar Sport XJR-15 is a two-seater sports car produced by Jaguar Sport, a subsidiary of Jaguar and Tom Walkinshaw Racing between 1990 and 1992. Only 53 were made, each selling for GBP500,000. The chassis was mechanically based on the Le Mans-winning Jaguar XJR-9, designed by Tony Southgate. The body of the XJR-15 was designed by Peter Stevens, who went on to co-design the McLaren F1. The car competed in a single-make racing series called the Jaguar Intercontinental Challenge, which supported three Formula 1 races (Monaco, Silverstone and Spa) in 1991. The XJR-15 was the world's first road-car made entirely out of carbon-fibre.
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