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JAGUAR XJ12 REFINEMENT, REDEFINED

 MAHWAH, N.J., Feb. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Jaguar Cars Inc. today announces the introduction of the Jaguar XJ12 sedan, featuring a six liter version of the Company's legendary V12 engine.
 The new XJ12 sedan is officially unveiled in the United States at the Chicago Auto Show, in conjunction with the car's European debut at the Amsterdam Auto Show.
 In its latest form the V12 engine represents the ultimate in refinement, and is superbly complemented by the Jaguar XJ12's ride, handling, comfort and safety.
 The new model shares the same bodyshell as its six cylinder stablemate, the Jaguar XJ6. Its six liter engine has undergone significant changes to its specification which ensures that it retains its competitiveness and its reputation as one of the industry's most admired and successful power units.
 The Jaguar XJ12 sedan will be priced at $71,750 and becomes the flagship of the Jaguar model range. In this exclusive market segment the XJ12 represents Jaguar's traditional value for money position with a high level of standard equipment plus the power and refinement of Jaguar's famous V12 engine.
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 /CONTACT: John Crawford of Jaguar Cars, 201-818-8149/


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