Jaguar Body Kits & Ground Effects

About Jaguar Body Kits

Jaguar cars are well known around the world for their elegant style and outstanding performance. The brand originated in the United Kingdom and was founded in 1922 as a manufacturer of motorcycle sidecars. The company’s early models like XK120 and E-type are considered as some of the most beautiful machines in the automotive history. More recently Jaguar has been owned by other automakers, yet it still brings that distinct gleam of English sophistication. Your stylish Jaguar has been designed to provide with luxury, comfort, and performance – exactly what you’d expect from a British sports car and CARiD is here to help take its merits to a whole new level.

We carry a large selection of Jaguar Body kits that come in a variety of materials including fiber glass, polyurethane, and carbon fiber. Each body kit part has been meticulously designed to alter your Jaguar’s look and greatly enhance its visual appeal. Besides being purely aesthetic, these body kit parts offer a significant boost in handling performance by ramping up your vehicle’s aerodynamics. Our assortment of functional ram air hood scoops have been crafted to complement the looks of the hood, alter the silhouette of your Jaguar, and bring cooler air to the engine. You can deck out your Jaguar and make it look like a high-performance race if you want – with CARiD your options are virtually limitless.

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