Over the years, Jaguar has produced more exciting front-engine sports cars than almost any other manufacturer. The unmistakable proportions combined with high performance engineering create an inspiring sports car with a uniquely British feel. The latest Petersen Automotive Museum exhibition pays tribute to this legacy by showcasing five of Jaguar’s most iconic vehicles including a 1937 SS100 formerly owned by entertainer Mel Torme, a 1949 XK120 used in the movie Gangster Squad, a 1956 XKSS formerly owned by Steve McQueen, a 1965 E-Type used in the television show Mad Men and a 2014 F-TYPE V8 S.
An Icon Re-invisioned: The Jaguar Sports Car
December 7, 2013 - February 16, 2014
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