1991 Jaguar XJR-15

Jaguar returned to the winner's circle at Le Mans in 1988 claiming the overall victory for the sixth time since the late 1950s. Jaguar and Tom Walkinshaw Racing partnered to develop the winning XJR-9, which to the most logical outcome imaginable — a slightly detuned, barely disguised road car based on the racer. The result was the XJR-15, the first car made from carbon fiber and powered by the same 7-liter V12 as the XJR-9. Only 27 were built for street-legal road operation, with the example here being delivered new to a collector in Asia. The car was immediately placed into storage as has never been driven outside of factory testing. With its recent arrival in the US, the car will be going to auction March 4, 2023 at RM Sotheby's Amelia Island event.

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