A facelift brings many added benefits to the 1990s XJS
1991’s restyle of the XJS (note the lack of hyphen now) brought longer rear side windows and a much smoother tail, along with a redesigned interior that features even more wood trim. There were many changes under the skin too, including the increase in engine capacity for the six-cylinder to create this 4.0 version. The V12 continued as the flagship, particularly well-regarded in high-performance XJR-S guise which are worth up to £30,000 in top condition today. There was also a Convertible model, with extra bracing to improve the body’s rigidity. Add up to 50% to the prices for these cars.