Throwback Thursday – Giugiaro’s vision of a 1990s Jaguar, 15 August 1990


In 1990, Giugiaro unveiled its vision of how a modern Jaguar saloon would look – complete with self-opening doors and self-starting engine

Behold the Kensington, an early 1990s interpretation from the pen of the great Giorgetto Giugiaro of how future Jaguar saloons should look.

The car appeared as a styling model at the 1990 Geneva motor show and was later turned into a swooping prototype based on the chassis and mechanicals of the Jaguar XJ12 Sovereign HE.

Peter Robinson, at the time Autocar’s European editor, had the opportunity to drive the Kensington but was taken more with its technology than with its …read more

Source:: Autocar