Le Mans - Jaguar XJR12 - 1990

After five historic victories, three of them consecutive, between 1951 and 1957, it took Jaguar 31 years to return to the top step of the podium at the Le Mans 24 Hours.

Thanks to the reliability of its naturally aspirated V12, and the absence of the Sauber-Mercedes team and the technical problems of Nissan and Porsche, the Jaguar TWR team took first and second place at the 1990 Le Mans 24 Hours, repeating the success of the XJR9 two years earlier with a car that was a direct evolution of it.

Scale: 1:43

TECHNICAL DATA

Jaguar XJR12

ENGINE: Jaguar 6,995 cc, 12-cylinder 60° V, rear mid-mounted longitudinal, single overhead camshaft timing system with 2 valves per cylinder, Bosch-Zytek multipoint electronic fuel injection, liquid cooled, dry sump lubrication, max power 740 bhp at 7,000 rpm, max torque 785 Nm at 5,500 rpm.

TRANSMISSION: Rear-wheel drive, 5-speed March/TWR manual gearbox + RM.

CHASSIS: Kevlar and carbon fibre monocoque, composite bodywork.

SUSPENSION: Front and rear push-rod double wishbones with separately mounted shock absorbers and coil springs. Rear titanium shock absorbers, magnesium mounts.

BRAKES: Ventilated carboceramic disc with AP Racing calipers.

WHEELS: Goodyear tyres.

DIMENSIONS: Length 4,800 mm, width 2,000 mm, height 1,010 mm. Wheelbase: 2,780 mm. Weight: 900 kg, fuel tank capacity n.d.

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