The Jaguar XJR-15 is technically a road car in that you can put a license plate on one, but it’s really more of a race car. Created in the early 1990s to celebrate Jaguar’s endurance racing success, the XJR-15 was basically just a Le Mans-winning XJR-9 in disguise. So yes, it’s a Group C monster for the street.
“You can’t relax,” says Steve, the owner of this XJR-15 in a video from Supercar Driver. “You do arrive at your destination mentally exhausted, as well as physically exhausted because it’s quite a hard car to drive. But I love it.”
And how could you not love it? It might be so loud, you have to wear headphones when behind the wheel, but the song of the 6.0-liter V12 is so good, you probably won’t care. And sure, the gearbox might not have any syncromesh, but isn’t that refreshing in a world of easy automatic transmissions?
The Jaguar XJR-15 not a car to be driven every day, and that’s why it’s so damn special. This is truly a race car for the street.
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