An impeccable 1994 Jaguar XJ220 which previously belonged to the Brunei royal family will be auctioned on November 15.

An impeccable 1994 Jaguar XJ220 which previously belonged to the Brunei royal family will be auctioned on November 15.

One of the most appealing cars of the 90s is without any doubt the Jaguar XJ220, a proper supercar built in a limited series of just 281 units. One of the cars was commissioned by the royal family of Brunei is now being auctioned and is estimated to fetch between £200,000 and £220,000. It features the chassis no 220693 hand-built in 1991 and the car was driven for only 5,562 miles (8,951 km), with just 1,412 miles (2,272 km) being done in Brunei before it returned to UK back in September 2002 when it was acquired by the current owner.

As you can see from these images, the Jaguar XJ220 is in excellent condition and is still a very quick car even by today’s supercar standards as it sprints to 60 mph (96 km/h) in less than four seconds and tops out at 213 mph (343 km/h). Power comes from a twin-turbo V6 3.5-liter engine developing 550 HP (405 kW) and 643 Nm (475 lb-ft), not too shabby for 1,470 kg car which is more than two decades old.

This particular Jaguar XJ220 will go under the hammer on November 15 at the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show during Silverstone Auctions’ sale at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham.

Jaguar XJ220 previously owned by Brunei royal family to be auctioned