This could be last special edition model before XK bows out.
To celebrate the 66th anniversary of the XK120, Jaguar has created a special edition variant of the outgoing XK. Dubbed the XK66, the special edition XK comes 66 years after the XK120 was first unveiled at the London Motor Show in 1948. Production is limited to 66 units, all based on the XK Portfolio packing a 5.0-liter V8 rated at 380 horsepower. Available as a coupe and convertible, the XK66 can be ordered in either British Racing Green or Stratus Gray Metallic.
Special touches include XK66 badges, 20-inch Orona polished alloys, chrome mirror caps, blacked-out Union Jack emblems and a choice of beige or black fabric roof for the carbrio. Inside, a “XK66 One of 66” plate is joined by aluminum shift paddles, a Warm Charcoal leather interior with Ivory contrast stitching (or Caramel soft grain leather with Warm Charcoal stitching), as well as a tire pressuring monitoring system, rear-view camera and adaptive headlights. The Jaguar XK6 will hit dealerships this May, starting at 99,380 Euros for the coupe and 107,580 Euros for the convertible.