1970S SPORTS CAR JAGUAR XJ
The Jaguar XJ, one of the 1970s sports cars, was produced by the Jaguar Cars, and was released in 1968. At that time, there were two series, one of them between 1968 and 1973. , and presented the second series to automobile enthusiasts between 1973 and 1979. At the same time, one of the currently available Jaguar vehicles is made up of armored vehicles used by the British royal family.
FIRST GENERATION JAGUAR XJ (1968 - 1973)
Jaguar XJ leather upholstery, presented to the market in September 1968, has sensationalized with "Best Jaguar ever" with air conditioning, good driving qualities and effective brakes. Among the features of Jaguar are performance-driven drivers with automatic gearboxes, and lower-speed stalling at higher speeds. At the beginning of the 1970s, the model was developed, and the design of the taillights was changed and the chrome marks were darkened to prepare the next pavement. In 1972, with a simplified grille, it achieved a speed of 225 km / h with the achievement of the title of being a single-series, 12-cylinder 4-door car produced in the world.
SECOND GENERATION JAGUAR XJ (1973 - 1979)
In the second series Jaguar, in the autumn of 1973, the previous model was renewed and moved to the market. Although these innovations do not involve major changes in terms of design, they are known to be worse in quality than the previous Jaguar model. As a buffer, the air conditioning and heating feature, which is a more significant issue, has been updated, although minor changes have been made compared to the previous model. In May of 1977, he delivered a 12-cylinder automatic transmission version. The British-built Borg-Warner units used until this time replaced General Motors THM 400 gearboxes. The production of the second series continued in South Africa until 1981, even though it was halted in 1979.
JAGUAR XJ COUPE
The “coupe” version of the second series came to the forefront with the introduction of both 6 and 12 cylinder models and a two-door vehicle. But the Jagar is in the middle of it because of the windsweep. must have been. From 1973 to 1979, the Jaguar XJ Coupe was produced and sold in a total of 10426 units in 6 years.