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by Zarinabanu Zarinabanu about a year ago in motorsports
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Jaguar Car Brand History

Start writing... Jaguar - A country in the UK where Jaguar is not native. But for high-end car enthusiasts, all three concepts are inextricably linked. Everyone knows that the car brand "Jaguar" is made by a UK automaker. The car manufacturer is part of the Jaguar Ford Association. The story of the Jaguar brand began not only in motorcycles, but also in the production of motorcycle strollers.The beginning of the journey.The company's first car was only released in the early 30s of the last century. S.S. The i model stood out with the beautiful lines of its long low seated body. But the real story of Jaguar does not start with this car. About four years later, the next SS100 model will roll out of the assembly line. The car is characterized by an elegant exterior, with the driver's seat slightly above road level. The cutouts for the driver’s elbows turned out to be the most striking details of the body, as well as the large flat headlights with safety metal mesh, the long narrow hood with the seats for better air circulation, and the beautiful stripes on the wings of the doors.Equipped with a powerful six-cylinder engine, this car went at 160km / h, which was really like a wild predator. Thanks to William Lyons, the inscription "Jaguar" first appeared on this particular car. According to experts, the Jaguar story started with the SS100.Brand name.During World War II, the company worked on pre-requisites, manufactured aircraft, and after the war began rebuilding the Jaguar engine: the manufacturer certainly rejected the acronym "SS". Three years later, a new model, the Jaguar XK120, was released, with clear lines continuing to identify the brand. In addition, a hunting hood already adorns the hood, thanks to which even a person who is completely away from technology, if he sees a hunter’s hood, will know that this is the brand of Jaguar car.So, we can summarize some of the results:Car Jaguar: Country of birth - United Kingdom.The first model - about 80 years ago.Extra class cars.Currently, the company continues to delight brand lovers with new car models.In 2008, Ford sold two of its branches (Land Rover and Jaguar) to Indian Tata.He also started Jaguar by making wheelchairs for motorcycles, but later switched to the production of car bodies. This experience turned out to be successful and gradually Jaguar switched to the production of its cars.In 1925, William Lyons and William Walmsley founded the Swallow Sidecar, a motorcycle stroller company. But this occupation did not bring definite financial gain and the company is trying to establish the production of car bodies.Order to cultivate the body for the first Austin Seven. According to historians, up to 500 bodies were produced for this model. The physical experience was successful, and then orders were passed to build bodies for the Fiat 509A, Morris Cowley and Wallsley Hornet cars. Customers were satisfied and Lyons decided to take the risk of creating his own car brand. At the London Automobile Exhibition in 1931, the company immediately announced itself with two models, the SS-1 and the SS-2. In 1945, S.S. In 1948, the Jaguar XK-120 appeared, which was recognized as one of the fastest production cars - it went at 126 km / h. In 1984, Jaguar came under Ford's control. But the company profile does not change, Jaguar is still the manufacturer of the most expensive and highest quality English cars with sporty character. The Jaguar X-Type, the first "D" class car in Ford -based company history, was introduced in 2001. Also, the first X-Type had a four-wheel drive. In 2003, the diesel version of the X-Type was released - the first diesel car in the company's history. In 2008, Jaguar came under the control of Indian Tata. It was recognized as one of the fastest producing cars - it went at 126km / h. In 1984, Jaguar came under Ford's control. But the company profile does not change, Jaguar is still the manufacturer of the most expensive and highest quality English cars with sporty character. The Jaguar X-Type, the first "D" class car in Ford -based company history, was introduced in 2001. Also, the first X-Type had a four-wheel drive. In 2003, the diesel version of the X-Type was released - the first diesel car in the company's history. In 2008, Jaguar came under the control of Indian Tata. It was recognized as one of the fastest producing cars - it went at 126km / h. In 1984, Jaguar came under Ford's control. But the profile of the company does not change, Jaguar is still the maker of the most expensive and highest quality English cars with a sporty character. The Jaguar X-Type, the first "D" class car in Ford -based company history, was introduced in 2001. Also, the first X-Type had a four-wheel drive. In 2003, the diesel version of the X-Type was released - the first diesel car in the company's history. In 2008, Jaguar came under the control of Indian Tata. Jaguar is the maker of the most expensive and highest quality English cars with a still sporty character. The Jaguar X-Type, the first "D" class car in Ford -based company history, was introduced in 2001. Also, the first X-Type had a four-wheel drive. In 2003, the diesel version of the X-Type was released - the first diesel car in the company's history. In 2008, Jaguar came under the control of Indian Tata. Jaguar is the maker of the most expensive and highest quality English cars with a still sporty character. The Jaguar X-Type, the first "D" class car in Ford -based company history, was introduced in 2001. Also, the first X-Type had a four-wheel drive. In 2003, the diesel version of the X-Type was released - the first diesel car in the company's history. In 2008, Jaguar came under the control of Indian Tata. Diesel version of the X-Type released - the first diesel car in the company's history. In 2008, Jaguar came under the control of Indian Tata. Diesel version of the X-Type released - the first diesel car in the company's history. In 2008, Jaguar came under the control of Indian Tata.The history of the Jaguar Company "Jaguar Cars Limited" dates back to the 20s of the last century. In 1922, William Lyons (Sir Lyons William) and his partner William Walmsley (William Walmsley William) founded Swallow Sidecar (SS for short) in the North Coast city of Blackpool, specializing in the manufacture of motorcycle strollers. . Swallow the most stylish aluminum strollers immediately caught the attention of motorists. After deciding not to stop there, the talented and enthusiastic William Lyons decides to try himself in a new direction - the production of swallow car bodies.The company's first achievement in this area was the development of the Austin 7 car body, thanks to which William Lyons received an order to produce 500 such bodies. Acquired funds and increased reputation allowed the Swallow Sidecar to position itself in the body design market, further helping Fiat, Morris, Swift, Standard and Walsley models.In 1931, in connection with the increase in production, the company moved from Blackpool to more spacious manufacturing facilities in Coventry. William Lyons begins designing his own cars, preferring two-seater sports models that bring another success to the company at the London Motor Show. The SS1, with its chassis and body design fully developed by Lyons, is recognized as a sporty on all Slow models. From the full list of names of birds and animals that combine speed and power with beauty and grace, Lyons chose the jaguar for her first child. The SS1 car later became the prototype of the SS1 Tourer open-top model, called the first real sports car Jaguar.In the early 1940s, the outbreak of World War II halted automobile production in Swallow. All vehicle manufacturers, including the Swallow Sidecar, were actively involved in the execution of military government orders.Marked 1948 with the resumption of automobile production. Swallow Sidecar changes its name to Jaguar Cars Limited. Development of the revolutionary 2- and 4-cylinder Jaguar engine begins. The new Jaguar series was called the "X" (from the word "test"), and later the XK series.1948, the company expects new success at the London Automobile Exhibition, where the Jaguar XK120, first introduced, caught the eye of motorists. Equipped with a 105 hp Haynes engine, the car easily reached a top speed of 126 km / h and was recognized as the fastest in production cars.In the 50s, Jaguar XK Mark V, Mark VII., Jaguar XK140 cars were released.From 1950 to 1960, the company captured the US market, where the Jaguar XK150 and XK150 Roadster models, with engines ranging from 2.4 to 3.8 liters and up to 220 hp. Very successful. Demand for this specialty has grown significantly as a result of recent corporate scandals in Browns Lane.The fifties were marked by the success of the Jaguar Series game. The C-Type and D-Type models fitted with embracing XK engines have won games in Le Mans for seven years. The victory of the Jaguar team and the Grand Prix victory at the championships in 1959, 60, 63 and 65 has always connected this name with the history of victories in automobile competitions.1956, Queen Elizabeth II of England conferred the title of Royal Automated Designer on William Lyons. He was also awarded the title of Royal Knight for his significant contribution to the development of the country's automobile industry.In 1961, Jaguar Design Team began work on developing a T-type car receiver. The gruesome twists of this racing car have been transformed into the stylish, erotic body lines of the famous e-Type, which features a 3.8-liter XK engine and an all-new rear suspension system. One of the most beloved cars in Jaguar history, the Jaguar e-Type is considered one of the most important manifestations of innovative thinking, style and advanced technology of the time.The 1961 Jaguar XK E-Type was a resounding success at an exhibition in Geneva. In 1962, the Jaguar Mark X was expected to hit the American automobile market. 1968, a new Jaguar XJ6 sedan appeared (with a six-cylinder engine) that won several awards, including the title "Car of the Year". Shortly afterwards, in 1971, Jaguar produced the XJ12 121 cylinder engine with 311 hp, which was the most powerful version of the Jaguar engine for many years.1975, the Jaguar XJ-S appeared, with an e-type suspension, a modern four-seater interior and a powerful 12-cylinder engine. Following in the footsteps of the Jaguar sport, he won the World Cup in 1977 and 1978.1986, the XJ6 was introduced with an advanced electronic control system, including an upgraded 24-valve AJ-6 aluminum engine and an on-board system. Ongoing work to improve the quality of Jaguar cars has led to the renewal of the legacy of the Jaguar Sports 6-cylinder car.The real feel of the 1988 British Motor Show is the Jaguar XJ220. The first version of this car was developed by Cliff Rudell (Cliff Rudell) and later finalized in 1987 by Keith Helfed (Keith ). The final version of the car was unveiled at the 1991 Tokyo Motor Show. Released in limited edition this legendary car - only 280 copies, it is still the dream of many automobile collectors around the world. In 1988, the Jaguar Sports Division opened, developing sports prototypes based on the XJ220 family of Jaguar production cars.The years 1991-94 mark the development of the new Jaguar range. In 1993, the Browns Lane plant, rebuilt in the 50s, was rapidly rebuilt to create the new XJ series. The new 6.0-liter V12 engine has become more powerful, modern and economical compared to its predecessor, the Daimler Double Six.March 1996, the Jaguar XK8 / XKR game model in coupe and convertible version was delivered in Geneva. New A.J. The V8-engined car went on sale in October and immediately caught the attention of motorists.The new model of the decade was presented at the October 21, 1998 motor show in Birmingham - a business class sedan Jaguar S-Type. This new car combines modern design solutions with unique features of Jaguar style. The popular Jaguar Mark II car of the early 60s was used as the basis for creating the body design of this car.November 2000, the company's management officially announced the creation of a new "most remarkable model in Jaguar history" - the all-wheel drive Jaguar X-Type. The look of this car has become a symbol of a completely new future for the company, which for the first time had the opportunity to fight for leadership on an equal footing with other manufacturers of luxury brands thanks to the line of 4 cars.In September 2002, the new Jaguar XJ model was unveiled at the September Motor Show in Paris. This seventeenth model of the XJ series, thanks to all the aluminum body, weighs 200 kg less than its predecessors. The new Jaguar XJ features the traditional Jaguar style, while combining sophisticated design and luxurious trim with the latest vehicle technology innovations.The car with a beautiful name and powerful engine was made by the branches of Jaguar Company - this is Great Britain in the rain. In 2008, the car brand was acquired by Indian automobile company Tata Motors. The luxury car is one of the most expensive of its peers in the market.Jaguar Release History.Production began in 1922 with the release of strollers, and the company became known as the Swallow Sidecar Company. With the victory of the Soviet Union and the Allies, the name was changed to the more compatible Jaguar.This was done for the purpose, after World War II, with the aim of reversing the policy of the successful nations. The abbreviated name of SS does not fit the New World Order.Manufacturing country Jaguar nationalized production in 1975, before Jaguar merged with the British Motor Corporation and Leland Motor Corporation in 1966 and 1968.Eventually, Jaguar split and drove out of British Leyland. Thanks for appearing on the London Stock Exchange. From 1984 to 1990, the company's securities were cited as part of the FTSE 100.

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