Jaguar Introduces Limited Edition XE ReimsDecember 11, 2019
Back in 1954, Ken Wharton and Peter Whitehead piloted the Jaguar D-Type with an average speed of 170 km / h over 1930 km, while the mighty D-Type won its first victory in 12-hour races of Reims.
A heroic day in Jaguar history is marked by an astounding special edition. It is the prosaic Jaguar sedan, and not the F-Type, a fashionable SUV or electric car, tasked with marking 65 years since this great victory.
The Jaguar XE Reims Edition XE is arguably the best-in-class car for driving, and people who prefer the BMW 3-Series or Audi A4 are undeservedly ignored. Perhaps the unique French Racing Blue paint, previously found only on extreme XKR-S and XFR-S cars, will help the tiny Jaguar “flare up on their radar.”
XE Reims Editions will be released in a circulation of only 200 copies, although it is described as the first of many “Jaguar Factory Specials” that will bring unusual features to ordinary production cars.
This XE Reims uses a 2.0-liter 248-horsepower gasoline engine, but for the unusual paint, a set of approximately 19-inch wheels and lots of black parts you have to pay a minimum of £ 38,295
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