Jaguar XJ-C Restomod by Carlex Design

News, Special Cars 14 Dec 2021

Poland-based Carlex Design has revealed the first images of a Rstomod project based on the Jaguar XJ-C from the late 1970s.


The original Jaguar XJ-Cwas produced between 1975 and 1977 in just over 10K units, and is a model well sought-after by collectors.

Jaguar XJ C Restomod by Carlex Design

Jaguar XJ C Restomod by Carlex Design

The car features a totally retrimmed interior with wood finishes, including new seats covered with hand-aged leather, and a new drivetrain including a  V8 400 HP engine, new brakes and suspension.

Jaguar XJ C Restomod by Carlex Design Interior

Jaguar XJ C Restomod by Carlex Design Interior

Jaguar XJ C Restomod by Carlex Design Interior

Jaguar XJ C Restomod by Carlex Design

The car is planned to be produced in just a few units per year.

Jaguar XJ C Restomod by Carlex Design

(Source: Carlex Design)

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