Jaguar XK66 Special Edition introduced to Germany image

Jaguar has recently introduced a special edition of the current XK, named the XK66, in Germany, which has received a series of interesting updates.

The new Jaguar XK66 Special Edition has been created in order to celebrate 66 years since the original XK120 was introduced at the London Motor Show, back in 1948. The XK66 will become available to its future customers in both coupe and convertible body styles and color choices will be limited to just two, Stratus and British Racing Green. Some of the other tweaks available for the model include the chrome mirror caps, the 20-inch Orona polished alloy wheels, the black Union Jack emblems, the beige or black fabric roof on the convertible and others.

The cabin of the Jaguar XK66 Special Edition includes the Warm Charcoal leather with the Ivory contrast stitching or the Caramel soft grain leather with its Warm Charcoal contrast stitching, the aluminum shift paddles, “XK66 One of 66” plate, tire pressure monitoring system, adaptive headlights, rearview camera and others. The Jaguar XK66 Coupe will be priced from 99,380 euros and the XK66 Convertible from 107,580 euros. Both vehicles will reach German dealerships in May and will be produced in 66 units.