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From the mid-1950s onward, Jaguar enjoyed considerable success thanks in large part to its highly advanced "XK" family of twin-cam inline six-cylinder engines. This engine is best known for its tenure .....

1962 Jaguar E-Type Semi-Lightweight Roadster Throughout the 1950s, Jaguar worked feverishly to establish its dominance in sports car and endurance racing. The XK120 was a popular choice for club .....

The company we know today as Jaguar Cars evolved gradually, starting from a partnership between William Lyons and William Walmsley, initially formed in 1922. Walmsley had a motorcycle sidecar business .....

At the 1948 London Motor Show, Jaguar unveiled their first postwar sports car to astonished onlookers. The spectacular new XK120 redefined the whole notion of sports cars in the post-war era, combining .....

In the middle of the 1960s, Jaguar engineers were busy trying to keep pace with continually evolving safety and emissions regulations. Increasingly strict standards, particularly in the critical American .....

Jaguar stunned audiences at the 1961 Geneva Auto Salon with the introduction of their long-awaited replacement for the XK150 sports car. Like the XK120 of 1948, Jaguar boss Sir William Lyons again employed .....

1962 Jaguar XKE Roadster When the revolutionary XK series reached the end of its development, Jaguar engineers, led by company founder Sir William Lyons, relied again on the proven template of combining .....

Before Jaguar was called Jaguar, the company founded by William Walmsley and William Lyons had several changes of identity. Lyons and Walmsley founded Swallow Sidecar Company in 1922 to produce high quality .....

In the mid-1950s, Jaguar was riding high on the wave created by their revolutionary, highly advanced "XK" twin-cam inline-six. The engine is best known for its tenure in the sumptuous XK120, 140, and .....

1959 Jaguar XK150 Drop Head Coupe Upon its introduction in the spring of 1957, Jaguar’s latest iteration of the XK-series got off to a slightly bumpy start. First, the factory fire that famously .....

As Jaguar's ground-breaking XK series of sports cars reached the end of their natural development, Jaguar engineers, led by founder and director Sir William Lyons, turned their attention to building a .....

1965 Jaguar XKE Coupe Jaguar’s XK series of sports cars proved to be a resounding success for the Coventry-based marque. In production from the late 1940s through 1960, the XK established Jaguar .....

Jaguar engineers were wise to take an evolutionary approach to the replacement for the XK120, due for the 1953 model year. After all, the XK120's formula for success proved itself well, so it was best .....