Jaguar XJ220 prepared by OVERDRIVE AD [VIDEO ADDED]

With Ferrari 599 rear LED lights

Bulgarian tuner OVERDRIVE AD has just finished working on a Jaguar XJ220.

The eastern Europe-based aftermarket specialist applied a green/brown/golden chameleon paint on the rare early 90s British supercar and installed Akrapovic carbon fiber exterior tips. The LED headlights are custom made, while at the back it has received LED lights borrowed from a Ferrari 599.

The XJ220 sits on custom ADV.1 wheels measuring 19x9 at the front and 20x14 for the rear axle. Inside the cabin it features carbon fiber trims, leather & Alcantara upholstery, a Ground Zero sound system and a McIntosh player.

Special thanks goes to Georgi!


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GTurbo GTurbo
OVERDRIVE AD practically tweaked a classically popular XJ220 Jaguar without messing it up too much; no easy job! How many tuning outfits can exercise similar restraint?!
Jan 27th, 2013 1:06am
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haji haji
not as bad as expected, but still prefer the original.
Jan 26th, 2013 2:11pm
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victor90 victor90
still a really good looking car...
Jan 25th, 2013 2:06pm
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slim slim
Here we are 20 years later, and this is all they could come up with? The one Mike Tyson bought in his Iron Mike days looked better on the outside than this "modded" version. Interior leather, cf, and alcantara looks ultra luxurious but wtf is with the 94 Accord hvac controls, and is that a friggin 8-track player. Couldnt they install a touchscreen user interface? At the very minimum an old school Alpine indash monitor with reverse camera (the type they use in Fiero/Lambo kit cars)? Why are there knobs & analog gauges on the dash in a 200mph+ supercar? My uncle used to own a Chevy S10 Blazer of the same year and EVERYTHING in that was digital...what gives? The rims look plain foolish on this car. They look like an ebay knock off ricer version of Vossen CV-7's. Wheels are 19x9 up front and 20x14 out back and still look like they need a set of spacers to sit flush...A used set of oem Lamborghini wheels would look soooo much better. This is one car where the paint job does absolutely nothing for it. It would look so much better in a Ferrari red, or matte black with matte graphite (gunmetal) wheels. This car should return to the museum. Aside from the engine, there's nothing fascinating about this car, and the new kids on the block wont give it a chance. Its like pulling out a cassette player walkman in a room full of ipod touches. Not too many people will care to talk about it.
Jan 25th, 2013 3:13am
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kimbo kimbo
Nothing interesting about XJ220? You can't be serious...
Jan 25th, 2013 12:55pm
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