Only 53 of these cars were ever built in a collaboration between TWR and Jaguar. It was essentially a road-going version of the iconic XJR-9, concocted by Tom Walkinshaw and Peter Stevens. Its 6.0L V12 pumped out 450 horsepower and launched the car from 0-60 in 3.9 seconds, continuing all the way to 191 miles per hour. The cabin had so much road noise, headsets were included so that the driver and passenger could communicate with each other.
Then I turned around and found a yellow one. That's right, there were two XJR-15's there.
Who wore it better, the yellow or the blue?