Jaguar 1969

240 - end of prod.
XJ 6
420 G
E-Type

Great Britain

Powstało 4446 szt 240 i 2800 szt 340.
Jaguar XJ6 Saloon. Introduced amidst a blaze of publicity in the summer of 1968, this impressive newcomer features a low profile, wide-based, four-door body with a rectangular front grille, twin headlamps and slim pillars which gives a large glass area and excellent all-round visibility. The specification includes a new version of the six-cylinder, 2.8 litre, twin ohc, XK engine which develops 180 bhp at 6000 rpm, four-speed all synchromesh gearbox, dual circuit servo-assisted brakes, power-assisted steering (standard on de luxe version), traditional Jaguar facia layout, and luxuriously appointed interior, including leather upholstery on de luxe models. Overdrive and automatic transmission are optionally available. A 4.2-litre engined version is also available.
 

240

240 (6 cyl, 2 ohc, 2483 cc, 133 bhp) - end of prod.
 Saloon (wb 8 ft 11 ½ in)

 

XJ6

2.8 Litre (R6 cyl, 2 ohc, 2792 cc, 140 bhp)
4.2 Litre (R6 cyl, 2 ohc, 4235 cc, 173 bhp)
 Saloon (wb: 9' 1'')

 

420 G

420 G (6 cyl, 2 ohc, 4235 cc, 255 bhp)
 Saloon (wb: 10' 0'')

 

E-Type

E-Type 4.2 Litre (6 cyl, 2 ohc, 4235 cc, 265 bhp)
 Fixed Head Coupé (wb: 8' 0'')
 Open Two-Seater (wb: 8' 0'')
 2+2 Fixed Head Coupé (wb: 8' 9'')