Due in, very rare Silverstone Edition to mark Jaguar's return to Formula One, very low mileage and no rust what so ever anywhere from top to bottom, underneath is like new! Some interesting facts on this car below;
Silverstone models were made in Phase I. These cars were all sold in the U.K.
Phase I cars had integrated headrests and were all right-hand drive. Series II
Silverstone's had separate and adjustable headrests and were available in both
right and left-hand drive (ROW). Phase I - 50 Coupés, 50 Convertibles were produced in celebration of
Jaguar's 2001 return to Formula One (F1) racing. They featured unique platinum
paint finish (only available on the Silverstone XKR), specific badges and tread
plates, a high-performance package (with the same engine as the standard XKR,
but improved transmission, steering, suspension and brakes), 20-inch Silver BBS
wheels mated to nearly 14 inch front Brembo's in the front and 13 inch rears
producing a remarkable 60 to 0 in a scant 103 feet and a custom interior
(red-stitched black leather and silver birds-eye maple wood) . All possible
factory options were included, with the exception of the telephone and the
navigation system, which had to be ordered separately. . All Silverstones
were manufactured in calendar year 2000, the last one being a coupe for the
Japanese market built on 12/23/2000. Motorweek posted a 0 to 60 time of 4.9.
The coupe in the harder setting often produced a skip in the CD changer. The
dealer fix was to tell the owners to use the soft mode when listening to a CD.