Here's another 402G Jag, in a very stunning Red!
In October 1966 the Mark X was re-released as the Jaguar 420G.
The 420G was distinct from the Mark X only with the addition of a vertical central bar splitting the grille in two, side indicator repeaters on the front wings, and a chrome strip along the wing and door panels. Two tone paint schemes were also available with the chrome strip omitted, although I suspect these were pretty rare - I can't recall ever seeing one.
Interior changes included perforations in the central sections of the leather seats, padded dashboard sections for safety, moving the clock to a central position, and the introduction of air conditioning as an option.
A limousine body was available on the standard wheelbase. A glass-topped partition and front bench seat replaced the separate chairs of standard cars.
Despite a production run of similar duration to the Mark X (five years) the 420G sold in less than a third of the numbers. This lack of popularity and the increasing production of the smaller XJ6 resulted in the 420G ceasing production in 1970.