2002 Jaguar XKR 100 (X100)
Special edition, 1 of just 500 built featuring all available options; inc. Garmin navigation and Recaro interior; two-owner car
“The XKR 100 is a devastatingly rapid car cross-country. In the dry it's got more than enough pure grip for most drivers and astounding traction. Add in terrific seats, a superb steering wheel and great looks inside and out and it has enough appeal to justify its £70k price tag.” Launched in 2002 to celebrate the 100th birthday of Jaguar’s founder, the late Sir William Lyons, the XKR 100 certainly impressed the writers at EVO magazine. Produced in a limited edition of just 500 cars (half coupes and half convertibles and only 160 available to the UK), it had many improvements on the standard XKR. The 4-litre supercharged V8 packed the same 370bhp punch, sufficient to propel the car to 60mph in just 5.1 seconds on its way to a top speed of 155mph, but the chassis, steering, brakes and gearbox were all considerably tweaked to provide a more sporting feel. Only available in black, the XKR 100 also had massive 20” Montreal alloys and a bespoke interior with black leather Recaro sports seats, smoked grey bird’s eye maple veneer, a bespoke steering wheel and gear lever and various flashes of aluminium trim. Supplied new by HA Fox of Cheltenham in January 2002, it has had just two owners to date and covered some 108,400 miles with a stamped service book, owners manuals and a selection of invoices plus a JDHT Heritage Certificate is also present to prove that it is indeed a genuine XKR 100. Fully loaded in the usual XKR 100 manner, it has a black leather Recaro sports interior (unique to the model), retro fitted Garmin sat nav in place of the outdated factory unit and 20” Montreal alloys.
The car comes with a current MOT running until January 2021 with just one advisory for tyre wear.
Reg No: VO51GHF
Chassis Number: SAJAC41N52PA27464
Engine Number: PB0111221836
Engine Size: 3996
Docs: V5C; stamped service book; Heritage letter; invoices; MOT running until January 2021
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