The fastest Jaguar ever, the XFR Prototype, made its UK debut at the 2009 Goodwood Festival of Speed. The model first made its debut during the record-breaking run at the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah last November, where it hit a top speed of 225.675 mph.
The XFR was joined by this one-off Jaguar XKR at the Sunday Times Supercar run, driven by Mike Cross, Jaguar’s Chief Engineer of Vehicle Integrity.
Along with performance enhancements and a louder exhaust, the one-off lime green Jaguar XKR Goodwood Special features 21-inch wheels and a lowered ride-height. Other details include a satin graphite detailing to the front grilles, headlights, door mirrors, side window surrounds, rear signature blade and bonnet louvres.
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2010 Jaguar Goodwood Special XKR:
– By: The Daily Auto Editor