2001 March: S-type Sport unveiled at the motor show.
2001 January: Jaguar announced that it will put the F-type sports car into production.
2001 +/-: The Jaguar X-type (code name X400) all wheel drive is expected. Think small/ medium sedan, transverse engine, front wheel drive with rear wheel drive tacked on. But still, a 4x4 Jag'!
2000: A Jaguar F1 Grand Prix car prior to
of the 2000 world championship;
both Jaguars dropped out early in the race (12/3/00), one with a clutch
problem, the other after spinning and stalling while avoiding an accident.
Ford bought Jackie Stewart's `Stewart' F1 team in 1999
hoping to generate the kind of enthusiasm of Ferrari followers.
(The Ferraris of Schumacher and Barrichello came 1st and 2nd
in the Australian race.)
2000: Jaguar XK180 show car (right) at the Melbourne Motor Show.
2000: Jaguar F-type concept sports-car shown at Detroit, trying to recapture the appeal of the E-type.
1990s: Jaguar became another victim of "big is good" in the motor industry, being bought up by Ford. This led to the use of Ford-based V6's and V8's, a radical departure for the marque of straight-6's and V12's.
1961 March: E-type Jaguar unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show. Jag -->1950s: XK140 and XK150 - Jag -->
1948: XK120 launched. Jag -->1930s: SS90 and SS100 - Jag -->
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