The Jaguar Sport XJR-15 is a two-seater road-going race car that was launched at Silverstone race circuit in early 1991. The XJR-15's chassis and bodywork are manufactured from carbon fibre and Kevlar, and it was the first road-going car made entirely from carbon-composite. The chassis was based around the Le-Mans winning XJR-9 with a body designed by Peter Stevens. XJR-15’s were chosen to compete in a series of “one make races” that supported the 1991 Formula One races at Monaco, Silverstone and Spa, the prize money for the winner of the final race being an impressive $1m. Driving the XJR-15 is a feeling far more akin to being in a Le Mans race car than a conventional road-going car, it’s motorsport pedigree meaning that the noise from the V12 engine is so great that an intercom system is required for driver and passenger to have a conversation on the move. The near-central driving position, manual gearbox with the gear-lever to the right-hand side of the driver, and its lightweight construction all add to the unique driving experience. This particular XJR-15 was produced in 1991 and has covered less than 1400 miles from new, the car is in beautiful original condition throughout and finished in its original Le Mans Blue paintwork with interior comprised of grey leather seating and exposed carbon-fibre. This is an outstanding opportunity to acquire an exceedingly rare supercar direct from Jaguar, the car will be fully serviced ahead of the new owner taking delivery.