|Daimler Corsica Concept|
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A single 2-door XJ covertible was built in 1996 to commemorate Daimler's centenary. The concept car, called the Daimler Corsica, is based on the Daimler Double Six saloon and can seat four. The prototype, which lacked an engine, had all the luxury features of an XJ sedan, but a shorter wheelbase. It is painted a now-discontinued color called "Jade." The Daimler Corsica was named after the 1931 Daimler Double-Six Corsica. The concept was a one-off, and was never intended for production. The car has made a limited number of appearances at auto shows and events since 1996. It has most recently appeared at the Belfast Sports Car Show in January 2004. The Daimler Corsica prototype is owned by the Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust, who have recently commisioned the work required to complete the prototype as a fully functional road-legal car. It is on display at the JDHT Museum at Browns Lane in Coventry, England.
See Wikicars' comprehensive Daimler Corsica Concept Review.
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