Jaguar XJ-S Lynx Eventer : 1989

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The "shooting Brake" seems to be the next up and coming automotive category. Several manufacturers from Mercedes Benz to Maserati have teased us with possibilities, and soon, we might even see the 2012 Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo concept produced, but back in 1989, Lynx Cars Unlimited, based out of England, created the Eventer based on the Jaguar XJS.

The conversion offered more legroom and more headroom for adult passengers plus a larger luggage space that expanded 46 cubic feet further when you folded the rear seats down.

The central locking rear tailgate was equipped with a wash/wipe lifted high on twin gas struts to give uncluttered access to a low load platform that was trimmed with luxurious carpet and the finest leather.

It was available in a 3.6 or 5.3 liter version.

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1989 Jaguar XJ-S Lynx Eventer.

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1989 Jaguar XJ-S Lynx Eventer.

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