Ever since 1996 Jaguar motor company has offered us the Jaguar XK model, with the redesigned XK being introduced in 2005 at the Frankfurt motor show in Germany and was styled by jaguar's chief designer Ian Callum. The lightweight aluminium body teamed with the 5.0 litre engine produces exhilarating acceleration with effortless effort and is capable of delivering a 0-60 time of 5.2 seconds and a very healthy limited top speed of 158 mph. The XK combined extreme performance, renowned luxury and relevant technology, intuitively expressed to connect the driver to the car and the car to the road. World-class technology is empowering but at the same time never overpowers the driving experience and this successful recipe has now meant that this model has acquired a new status, of a credible modern-day classic jaguar, due to the last cars offered in the July of 2014 and the end of the XK brand. If we fast forward to 2020 the Jaguar XK has only grown in popularity, with new buyers wanting to acquire the best examples available and we firmly believe that with the sensational colour configuration, the super low miles and the total current condition, this should be a very interesting proposition to the next lucky keeper.