Iconic 1993 Jaguar XJ220 with under 7,500km finished in incredibly rare Le Mans Blue. Recent belts and tanks service as well as full detail.
The Jaguar XJ220 was revealed at the 1988 Birmingham Motor Show and was instantly recognisable due to its dramatic styling and performance. Although there are rumours the beautiful body should have been powered by a V12; the XJ220 produced 542 bhp from a twin-turbo V6 from the XJR10 and 11 racing cars.
This level of power allowed for a 0-60 time quicker than the majority of its rivals and the honour of being the fastest car in the world, with a top speed of 217 mph. Although this has been surpassed by cars such as the Mclaren F1 and Bugatti Veyron, the XJ220 remains Jaguar's fastest ever production car.
The vehicle we are offering is presented in a rare Le Mans Blue over Smoke Grey interior - with the majority of vehicles being silver. The car was delivered to Italy in January 1993 and has covered less than 7,500km; naturally sitting in a fantastic all-round condition.
Further, the car has just enjoyed a full belts and tanks service, ensuring it is in absolutely fantastic mechanical order. For a car with such history and less than 300 cars produced; the XJ220 sits as a fantastic investment opportunity, with a value set to rise in the coming years.