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Jaguar is marking 50 years of its iconic XJ saloon with the launch of a new special edition model. Revealed at the recent Beijing Motor Show, the Jaguar XJ50 celebrates half a century of trademark performance, technology and luxury.
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The first XJ made its debut in 1968, and to celebrate half a century in production, Jaguar has announced a limited edition XJ50 to commemorate the momentous occasion. The XJ50 anniversary edition is available to order now and comes equipped with a 296bhp 3.0-litre V6 diesel engine in both standard- and long-wheelbase editions.
XJ50 At The Classic Works Jaguar owners, especially those with an XJ, are invited to join a meeting at the Jaguar Classic Works, Ryton-upon-Dunsmore, on 1st September 2018. The event, organised by Jaguar Land Rover and the Jaguar Breakfast Club, will see over 150 XJs of all ages convene on Jaguar Land Rover’s remarkable Classic Works, with guided tours, speeches and bacon sandwiches available on the day. The main frontage will be reserved for XJs and you can book a space by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. uk or by visiting the website.
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