Back in 1988 at the Birmingham International Motor Show, one of the most influential Jaguars ever created made its debut. There sat the XJ220, a 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 that pumped 542bhp and 475lb-ft of torque. It's top speed is 217 mph. Now, 25 years later, Bulgarian tuner OVERDRIVE AD has put some updated touches, bringing it into a new decade. A chameleon paint job, that mixes green, brown, and gold, was added, offset by the ADV.1 alloy wheel. OVERDRIVE installed new alcantara, carbon fiber, and a new system on the inside. Performance wise, the XJ220 now has an Akrapovic exhaust system, "complete revision of the engine" and an "improved braking system." 

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[via Jaguar XJ220 History]