Greatest Jaguar cars gallery

Jaguar is 75. Celebrate by browsing through this gallery of the company's best sports cars and supersaloons

Jaguar is 75 this year, and to celebrate its birthday it has come up with the rather excellent XKR 75, a special edition of one of our favourite sports coupes. You can read a road test of it and see all the latest news here.

To celebrate fully, though, we thought it appropriate to gather together some of the best pictures of our favourite Jaguars, from obvious candidates like XJR and E-Type to more obscure cars and forgotten heroes such as the lovely F-Type concept and rather good S-Type R.

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Peruse the pictures below by clicking to enlarge them, and let us know about your favourite Jaguars or ones you've owned in the evo Community.

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