Williams Jaguar Manchester held an exclusive viewing of the highly-anticipated F-TYPE Project 7 cars at its showroom on Sunday (28 February).
With only 250 of the limited edition cars produced in the world, Williams Jaguar Manchester had three on display for attendees to observe, two of which had been purchased by a customer of the retail centre.
The F-TYPE Project 7 was unveiled as a concept model at Goodwood Festival of Speed in 2013, however in 2014; Jaguar announced that it would go into production due to incredible demand from all over the globe.
To celebrate the special occasion, the Upper Brook Street retail centre hosted an exclusive event to commemorate the arrival of the cars. The day also recognised the manufacturer’s incredible heritage alongside the Williams Group’s legacy in the region.
A number of classic Jaguar vehicles were on display too, including the iconic Jaguar D-Type. Jaguar UK specialists were also on hand to give presentations on the new F-TYPE Project 7 and provided insight into the latest Jaguar XE and Jaguar XF models.
Alexandra Cook, Development Director at the Williams Group, said: “Being able to welcome the Jaguar F-TYPE Project 7s was a fantastic opportunity for Williams Jaguar Manchester to open its doors to keen spectators in the area. There was a lot of excitement as attendees waited eagerly for the grand unveiling.
“Once revealed, everyone was truly in awe of the remarkable vehicles and very keen to catch the first glimpse of them. We hope that the owners have a lot of enjoyment in their new cars for many years to come.”
For more information on Williams Jaguar Manchester, visit: www.williams.manchester.jaguar.co.uk
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