Jaguar Mark V
The Jaguar Mark V was a four-door luxury saloon, which brought Jaguar in 1948 as a successor to the saloons of the models 2 ½ Litre and 3 ½ Litre on the market.
The Jaguar Mark V took over the six-cylinder in-line engines of the predecessor with 2663 cc and 102 bhp or 125 bhp 3485 cc and. Over a four-speed transmission with floor shift the rear wheels were driven. The top speed was 140 to 150 km / h As the first of the Jaguar Mark V had a fully hydraulic brake actuation. The front wheels were individually suspended from twin A-arms with hydraulic dampers and torsion bar suspension. The body had changed significantly over its predecessor: The headlights were no longer individually mounted on the fender, but integrated into it. The wheel arches of the rear wheels were initially disguised. In addition to the sedan was offered in two performance classes is also a two-door convertible.
1951 production was stopped. Until then, the 2 ½ Litre saloons in 1674 and 7828 the 3 ½ Litre were built and another 29 or 971 convertibles. Successor was the Jaguar Mark VII
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- Stertkamp, Heiner: Jaguar - The Complete History from 1922 to Today, 2nd edition, Heel -Verlag (2006), ISBN 3-89880-337-6
Current models: XF ( X250 ) | XJ ( X351 ) | XK ( X150 ) | F -Type
From 1945: 1 ½ liter | 2 ½ liter | 3 ½ liter | Mark V | XK120 | Mark VII | C -Type | D-Type | XK140 | 2.4 Litre | Mark VIII | XK -SS | 3.4 Litre | XK 150 | Mark IX | Mark II | e-Type | Mark X 420 G and | S-Type | XJ 13 | 420 | 240 | 340 | XJ series I - III | XJS | XJ ( XJ40 ) | XJR- 15 | 220 XJ | XJ ( X300 ) | XK ( X100 ) | XJ ( X308 ) | X-Type | S-Type
1931-1940: S. S. 1 | S. S. 2 | S. S. 90 | S. S. 100 | S. S. 1 ½ liter | S. S. 2 ½ liter | S. S. 3 ½ liter
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- Vehicle of the upper class