The Jaguar XJS succeeded the very popular E-type, and in the shadow of the ever-successful father, the XJS was pushed down into the shadows, left to be a cheap car. Yet, this Jag is anything but cheap and is a car that is very much the car of those who want to maintain both their own class and presence in society. They are not obtrusive, but still elegant in the way they slip around.

Undervalued, the XJS is finally seeping back into the reality it so craves to live within.