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Limited edition models honour Jaguar's creator

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JAGUAR is marking the centenary of the company's creator, Sir William Lyons, with limited editions of its XJR performance saloon and XKR sports car models.

Named the XJR 100 and XKR 100, both combine the sporting and the luxurious in the tradition that Sir William established as Jaguar's hallmark.

Just 500 examples of each of the XJR 100 and XKR 100 (coupe and convertible models combined) will be sold worldwide. All the cars have sleek black metallic paintwork, leather interiors and luxury specifications.

On-the-road prices for the centenary limited edition cars reflect the comprehensive feature specification Ð £58,935 for the XJR 100, £69,950 for the XKR 100 coupe and £74,950 for the XKR 100 convertible.

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