Jaguar is set to support and participate in the Eifel Klassik 2012, which takes place between June 7 and 9. Among the cars entered in the event by Jaguar are a trio of ex-Royal Household vehicles.
A XJ12 Series I and a MkVII, both once used by the Queen Mother, are joined by an XJS driven by Lady Diana. Completing the strong Jaguar presence at the Eifel Classic are a Series II E-type, an XK150 and an XK120, the latter having just returned from participating in the Mille Miglia.
The Eifel Klassik attracts an entry list of diverse heritage vehicles, each taking on a mix of roads in the Eifel region of Germany. The Jaguar Nurburgring Test Centre will play host to the start of the event with competitors taking to the track on which every modern Jaguar is tested before heading out on the public roads, taking in a total of over 700km in three days.