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  Fuore BlackJag

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Country of origin:Spain
Produced in:2004
Introduced at:2004 Geneva Motor Show
Source:Company press release
Last updated:Before December 1st, 2004
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Click here to download printer friendly versionTo celebrate their premiere appearance at the 74 th Geneva Motor Show 2004, Fuore Design International has set loose a remarkable predator. BlackJag is an exhilarating design study that fuses the spirit of Formula One with the values of the traditional British brand. BlackJag builds on the promise of its predecessor, the XF10, presented at the Motor Show in the studio's native Barcelona one year ago. Driven by the sporting spectacle of the Grand Prix world it embodies thoroughbred glamour in a road-going sports car.

While the XF10 was an expression of sheer sportiness and pure power, the BlackJag now presents itself in refined and sophisticated apparel. The design has evolved to reflect the elegance and sovereignty of the legendary two-seaters from Coventry. The BlackJag's body was generally simplified and smoothed out to lend the car distinctive elegance. To that end, changes were made to certain design elements of the XF10. The air intakes now run more smoothly into the body and hence are more in keeping with a sculptural flow. The front benefits from a new, simplified shut-line graphic on the front bumper. New headlamps now incorporate the BlackJag's fog lights, creating a more generous front-light graphic. Other changes include newly styled ergonomic wing mirrors, the omission of air intakes on the doors, and redesigned door handles. Finally, at the rear the exhaust pipes are better integrated.

Draped in elegant black, breathing life into subtle surface changes, this wild cat has matured into a refined representation of a longstanding tradition.

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