Jaguar will be making some noise at next week’s event from 26-29 June with an exceptional line-up of its cars, both old and new.
Visitors to the Jaguar stand will get to see the first new product from Jaguar Land Rover Special Operations - the new division of Jaguar Land Rover responsible for a range of special product and service programmes for Jaguar and Land Rover customers.
You can also expect to see Jaguar’s new production F-TYPE R Coupé and XFR-S Sportbrake in action at the Festival, with both set for high speed drives up the famous Goodwood Hill.
Past, present and near-future
Jaguar will have an extensive selection of its past, present and near-future models at the event, including examples of the racing D-type, XJS TWR and XJR-9 tackling the famous 1.16-mile hill climb.
You can also expect to see two of the Jaguar Heritage Trust’s significant D-types in action, marking their 60th anniversary.
Demonstrated on the day will be the original 1954 D-type prototype and the 1956 ‘Long Nose’ model, which will be driven by ex-Grand Prix racer Bruno Senna.
You can also expect to see in action the iconic ‘Group 44’ E-type, the Group-A XJS TWR as well as the 1988 Le Mans-winning XJR-9 LM which will be reunited with one of its victorious team drivers; Andy Wallace.