Jaguar Mark VIII
The Jaguar Mark VIII had the six-cylinder in-line engine of its predecessor with 3442 cc displacement, 210 bhp but (154 kW). Over a four-speed transmission with floor shift operation of these to the rear wheels. He helped the sedan to a top speed of 180 km / h Upon request, an overdrive or a three -speed automatic transmission BorgWarner were available. The chassis and body were taken from the previous, only provided with some changes: The grille was fitted with a wide chrome edging, which is now slightly curved windshield gave up a central web, and the interior was more luxurious. Until 1958 6227 copies were manufactured.
1958 sparked the Jaguar Mark IX from this model.
- Schrader, Halwart: Typenkompass Jaguar - passenger cars since 1931, motor -Verlag, Stuttgart ( 2001), ISBN 3-613-02106-4
- 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