S.S.90

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The S.S.90 was from the S. S. Cars Ltd.. presented in March 1935. The two -seater roadster is considered the ancestor of all Jaguar sports car.

These were a condensed S. S. 1 with its probably a bit improved 20 HP engine, a side-valve six-cylinder engine with 2663 cc and about 70 bhp. The top speed was 140 km / h

After a small series of only 24 copies, the production was still set in the spring of 1935. The vehicle had been intended for the rallying of the season 1935. Successor was the S. S. 100

Specifications

  • Engine: 2,662 -liter six- cylinder
  • Bore / Stroke: 73x 106 mm
  • Power: 70 bhp ( brake horse power)
  • Transmission: 4 - speed
  • Wheelbase: 2590 mm
  • Length: 3810 mm
  • Width: 1600 mm
  • Height: 1370 mm
  • Weight: 1143 kg
  • Maximum speed: 142 km / h
  • 0-80 Km / h: 12 seconds
  • Old price: 395 British Pounds
  • Quantity: 23 pieces

Swell

  • 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
  • Nigel Thorley: " Jaguar - The Complete Works " Bay View Books Ltd, Devon (UK ), 1996, ISBN 1-870979-69-9.

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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