One of Britain's most evocative cars, the Jaguar Mk2 is an all-time classic. Beloved of bank managers and bank robbers alike, the Mk2 combined top levels of luxury with excellent performance and inspired roadholding. Not only was it a great car to drive and be driven in, but it looked stunning, too. The unique curvy body was beautiful from any angle, while the distinctive oval radiator grille established itself as a Jaguar trademark. AH Mk2s were great cars to drive, but the model most cherished by enthusiasts was the 3.8-liter with manual transmission, which had performance to match the finest sports cars of the era. The Mk 2 also spawned a Daimler offshoot, following Jaguar's acquisition of its rival manufacturer in 1960. The 250 V8 had the engine from the Daimler Dart Roadster and more luxurious trim.
Jaguar Mk2 Specifications
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