The iconic British sports car brand became famous for its sleek sports cars, sporting sedans, and legendary Le Mans-winning racing cars in the 1950s and '60s, but went into decline along with the British car industry in the 1970s. It's now part of the British-based Jaguar Land Rover company, which is owned by the Indian Tata company. Continues to build stylish, luxurious, high-performance sports cars and sporting sedans, including the XE sports saloon, XF business saloon, XF Luxury saloon, XJ short and long wheelbase saloons, and F -Type sports car, coupe and convertible.
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