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This is from a post on another forum by 'Doug'. It appears to be total production without any consideration as to US vs ROW.
From the book Jaguar XK8 and XKR by John Blunsden:
1997 5141 10XKR
1998 3319 1402XKR
1999 1701 1530XKR
1997 9765 13XKR
1998 7662 838XKR
1999 6196 1994XKR
Numbers for 2000 were partial since that is when book was written. For your information this book also has the sales figures by market area also.
WOW - We really do seem to have rare, individual, almost hand-made cars! Given the rest of the auto world, if you also divide these numbers by color. each of our "loves" is almost unique - remember that when it comes time to sell! DaleD
wow the numbers are low. Sets them up for a collector car many years from now. Now to find a XKR from 97.
"Understeer is when you hit the wall with the front of the car. Oversteer is when you hit the wall with the rear of the car. Horsepower is how fast you hit the wall. Torque is how far you take the wall with you."