Jaguar XJS Lynx Eventer
From 1982 on, British company Lynx sold a high-quality four-seat full convertible conversion. Lynx also produced 67 hand-built two-door estate/shooting brake/station wagon versions of the XJS marketed under the name of "Lynx Eventer". The Eventer was a very elegant model, which succeeded in the overall design because it removed the buttresses, incorporating them into the estate design. Lynx also supplied and fitted various upgrades to the standard XJS, including performance upgrades, uprated suspension, interior changes, and a very rare and sought after body kit. Models with these options are known as the Lynx Performer. Jaguar were urged to market their own version but never did.
Source: Wikipedia, 2012