Originally started in 1968 and still in production today, this kind of Jaguar has long been associated with royalty. There’s a good reason for that: it’s one of the cars used by the British royal family. Additionally, a significantly armored one transports the British Prime Minster as well. Of course, these vehicles have a lot to offer someone who isn’t royalty or a politician, too. The four door saloon style of the car is timeless, as is the powerful engine. This car really does fit the platonic ideal of the “full-size luxury car.” This has been Jaguar’s flagship car for almost fifty years. One look and it’s easy to see why.