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Jaguar Cars did not start its business by manufacturing passenger cars but rather sidecars for motorcycles. At that time, the British company operated under the name Swallow Sidecar Company which they change after World War II to avoid the connotation of the SS logo they sported on their cars. As racing amateurs, the proprietor made a series of eye-catching sports cars that quickly became very popular with the crowd.
The first Jaguar line of cars were the XK series, initially not planned to be mass-produced, the popularity of the body prompted the brand to head to the Coventry plant and start building them in large numbers. The first XK 120 could easily reach 120 mph and the constructor were ready to propose a real race car, the C-type. The Jaguar competitive type cars exhibited a lot of bite on the race-track as demonstrated by their multiple wins at Le Mans 24 Hours.
Jaguar cars were already iconic with their elongated curves, long nose and rounded front grille but it did not prevent the company from experiencing some difficulties. Eventually, Jaguar was purchased by competitors and changed hands multiple times. In 1990, the American Ford purchased the British Jaguar along with Land Rover. The company quickly used this new influx of capital to modernize its production facilities but ultimately the new models ended up disappointing the customers. At long last, Ford let go of Jaguar in the midst of the 2008 financial crisis. Ironically enough, the buyer of the British car maker is once Indian colony Tata Motors.
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