A look back at all of the Jaguar Types
To celebrate the new F-Type, we reminisce on 61 years of Jag Types
Posted: 10 Apr 2012
When it dropped in 2001, the X-Type was the smallest Jaguar on sale and the manufacturer's first compact saloon since the Mk I of 1955. You could get it in saloon and estate flavour and it was loosely based on the Ford DC132 platform (the one the Mondeo used).
It also came in four-wheel drive, which Jeremy found very useful for a spot of British skiing...