The Jaguar XJR-10 is a sports-prototype racing car produced in 1989 for Tom Walkinshaw Racing (TWR) to participate in the IMSA.


The car was a development from the previous model, the XJR-9. The XJR-10 participated in the World Sports Prototype Car Championshipin (WSPC) and had the same chassis design by Tony Southgate as it's predecessors.

The car was equipped with a turbocharged engine, which was developed as a joint venture company of TWR Jaguar Sport and Jaguar. The engine had a displacement volume of 3.0L, the engine management system is a Zytek by IMSA regulations. The tyres used were Dunlop in 1989 and Goodyear from 1990.

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