The Jaguar XJR 100, made in 2002, is a collector's item for car enthusiasts today. When the Jaguar XJR 100 was originally built, Jaguar only made 500 models to be sold around the world.
Like many automobile companies, Jaguar is a traditional company. One of the traditions in the automobile industry is to build a limited edition model of a vehicle that the company plans to stop producing. The XJR 100 was built when the XJ Sedan was being replaced. The Jaguar XJR 100 was also part of the 100 series. The 100 series is a limited edition version of Jaguar vehicles that was built to commemorate the 100 year anniversary of the birth of Jaguar founder, Sir William Lyon's.