Jaguar is yet to officially confirm they are going to kill off the XK this summer, but they just announced a special edition version of the car out of the blue, which amounts to the same thing. It’s called the Jaguar XK66 Special Edition, and as the name suggests, it celebrates the 66th anniversary of the XK120 model, and will be limited to 66 units in total.
Based on the XK Portfolio, the Jaguar XK66 Special Edition is powered by the ancient 5.0 liter 380 horsepower V8. This engine will be discontinued along with the XK. The car comes in just two colors of British Racing Green and Stratus, and boasts beige or black soft-top for the convertible models.
XK66 also comes with 20-inch wheels, chrome detailing and black Union Jack emblems. Inside, you find charcoal lather with ivory stitching, or caramel leather with charcoal stitching. As for the special equipment, the highlights include tire pressuring monitoring system, rear-view camera and adaptive headlights.
That is about it for the Jaguar XK66 Special Edition, which starts from 99,380 Euros for the Coupe, and 107,580 Euros for the Convertible.