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Jaguar World  |  XJ6 Series 2 October 2008  


As I write this almost a month has passed
since the XK60 weekend, and the
intervening four weeks must have been
very busy for Osteopaths across the
country – such was the degree of neck straining
undertaken by all those that visited Goodwood
and Cowdray Park in an effort not to miss
anything that was going on.
As well as the classic XKs themselves the
other star of the celebrations was the XK engine,
numerous highly-polished examples of which were
also responsible for neck injury as whenever a
bonnet was raised there was never a shortage of
eager onlookers keen to take a closer look. In fact,
on each of my regular trips between the XK village
and Goodwood’s inner paddock I passed an E-type
that was parked for the duration of the two days
outside the Super Shell building with its bonnet
raised. Not once did I wander by without seeing at
least one or two visitors admiring its 4.2-litre engine.
Of course, from the outset the XK engine’s visual
appeal was every bit as intentional as its mechanical
superiority – a fact underlined by William Heynes,
Jaguar’s chief engineer who oversaw its design, in
a paper he wrote for the Institution of Mechanical
Engineers (see, Red Raider, page 35). In short, the
XK engine not only had to be powerful, it had to
look it too. The aim was that customers would have
just as much pride in the engine that powered their
Jaguar as they would in the way the car looked.
It was an approach that worked, and how…so
successful was the XK engine that it remained in
production until 1993.
While today’s ever tightening emissions laws
mean it’s impossible to see how the basic design of
a new engine could ever have such longevity again,
it’s also sad to note that Jaguar’s current engines
are not much to look at either.
Jaguar World magazine is an amazing read, it brings together owners of all types of Jaguars, from the classics such as XKs and E-types through to the dynamic range of modern saloons and sports cars. If you like Jaguars then this is the magazine for you.
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3 Customer Reviews
   jaguar Reviewed Sunday, May 3, 2015
Hi I have just purchased a 2002 xjr 100 .great car .just have to sort out how everything works on it lol . original black with black leather seats with Montreal wheels ,looks great and runs the same.i would like any information from other owners ,thank you ,Ray.
   Finding a car Reviewed Tuesday, July 16, 2013
Trying to decide which Jag I want to buy, I really like the old style S Type but having read the reviews I'm going to see if I can get an XK8. Bit of a modern classic and now really quite affordable. So glad I read this mag before jumping in blind
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Jaguar World   |   XJ6 Series 2 October 2008   


As I write this almost a month has passed
since the XK60 weekend, and the
intervening four weeks must have been
very busy for Osteopaths across the
country – such was the degree of neck straining
undertaken by all those that visited Goodwood
and Cowdray Park in an effort not to miss
anything that was going on.
As well as the classic XKs themselves the
other star of the celebrations was the XK engine,
numerous highly-polished examples of which were
also responsible for neck injury as whenever a
bonnet was raised there was never a shortage of
eager onlookers keen to take a closer look. In fact,
on each of my regular trips between the XK village
and Goodwood’s inner paddock I passed an E-type
that was parked for the duration of the two days
outside the Super Shell building with its bonnet
raised. Not once did I wander by without seeing at
least one or two visitors admiring its 4.2-litre engine.
Of course, from the outset the XK engine’s visual
appeal was every bit as intentional as its mechanical
superiority – a fact underlined by William Heynes,
Jaguar’s chief engineer who oversaw its design, in
a paper he wrote for the Institution of Mechanical
Engineers (see, Red Raider, page 35). In short, the
XK engine not only had to be powerful, it had to
look it too. The aim was that customers would have
just as much pride in the engine that powered their
Jaguar as they would in the way the car looked.
It was an approach that worked, and how…so
successful was the XK engine that it remained in
production until 1993.
While today’s ever tightening emissions laws
mean it’s impossible to see how the basic design of
a new engine could ever have such longevity again,
it’s also sad to note that Jaguar’s current engines
are not much to look at either.
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