Especially among today’s car enthusiasts, Jaguar and the word “supercar” don’t often go together. Even when they do, it’s often when discussing the somewhat-infamous Jaguar XJ220, once the world’s fastest production car with its twin-turbocharged V6 engine. However, the 1990s had another Jaguar supercar in store, a result of Jaguar Sport, which was a partnership between Jaguar and Tom Walkinshaw Racing, and it was the XJR-15. The car, derived from a race car that won Le Mans, competed in the Jaguar Intercontinental Challenge and was made in both track-only and road-legal versions.
With a 450-horsepower V12 engine within, only 53 of these cars were made, and before the McLaren F1, the XJR-15 was the first roadgoing car to be made of entirely carbon fiber and Kevlar. Only 27 of them were originally made to be road legal, and one of these absolutely historic masterpieces is available for sale from Graham Rahal Performance in Brownsburg, Indiana. There’s no doubt that for any collector of fine automobiles, this rare, powerful, beautiful, and innovative 1991 Jaguar XJR-15 is desirable, so if you want one, be sure to click below to view the price and listing of this special supercar on duPont REGISTRY.