1940 was the last year of production for the SS Jaguar 100. This two-seat roadster succeeded to the SS Jaguar 90 and was built for four years. Before Jaguar was made the name of the brand in 1945, the company was called SS Cars Ltd., which was problematic considering the association with the Nazis. The SS Jaguar 100 was powered by a 3.5-liter engine with 125 hp, that allowed for a 0-to-60 mph acceleration in 10 seconds and a top speed over 100 mphwhich was what the 100 designation meant in the car name. The engine was linked to a four-speed gearbox with synchromesh on the top 3 ratios. The model was equipped with half-elliptical springs all-around suspension and Girling brakes. The body of the car is often regarded as one of the most elegant and refined designs of its generation.
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