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Your chance to drive Jaguar's finest – from C-type to F-type

As part of the expansion of its Heritage programme, Jaguar Special Operations has announced a range of driving experiences focused on highpoints from the company’s history…

The announcement comes shortly after the news that the company bought a 543-strong collection of Jaguars from a private individual – and now many of these machines will be given a shakedown by the public at Jaguar's 200-acre Fen End test facility. “This is the first experiential offering from our new division and is the first time in Jaguar’s history that we have made a collection of vehicles of this calibre available for ‘arrive and drive’ experiences,” says John Edwards of Jaguar Special Operations. “It’s an extremely exciting new project that underscores the very essence of what Special Operations is all about – celebrating heritage with our eyes firmly on the future.” Indeed, factory-fresh F-type Rs will support the roster of classics available to drive, which includes C-, D- and E-types and XKSSs.

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