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Posted On: 7 April 2010 03:41 pm
Updated On: 12 November 2020 02:10 pm

Supercar Blasphemy: Rare Jaguar XJ220 left to wither in Qatar?

Khalifa Al Haroon
Khalifa Al Haroon
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"Ever wonder what happens to all those supercars that go to the Arabian Gulf? After seeing this images, we kinda wished we hadn't. This Jaguar XJ220 – a veritable poster child for the dawn of the modern supercar era, the one-time standard bearer of the 200 MPH Club and one of only 281 produced – made its way from Coventry to Lebanon, then through a Dubai dealership before finally ending up in Qatar. With only 900 kilometers (560 miles) on the odometer, this big cat has clearly been subjected to more abuse than any supercar lover (or animal rights activist) could possibly stand to see. The neglect, from the pictures at least, doesn't look much worse than a good washing could recover, so here's hoping." Via via