The classically proportioned XK150 boasted a leather-trimmed dashboard, aluminum center dash panel, and Jag's famed inline six-cylinder engine displacing 3.4 liters. In time, the engine grew to 3.8 liters, generating 265 hp and making possible a 135-mph top speed. Jaguar produced just 2,265 XK150 convertibles, but its popularity (and profitability -- the highest of the early Jags) paved the way for the groundbreaking XK-E.
|Yahoo to buy Tumblr for $1.1 billion: Report|
|Stocks on a roll: Yahoo, Microsoft stoke appetite|
|5 reasons why Yahoo is making a $1.1 billion mistake|
|The Winklevoss twins are Bitcoin bulls|
|Bernanke's advice for college grads|