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Jaguar Mark VII

The Jaguar Mark VII (Mark 7) is a four-door luxury car produced by Jaguar Cars from 1951 to 1956. Launched at the 1950 British International Motor Show as the successor to the Jaguar Mark V, it was purportedly called the Mark VII because there was already a Bentley Mark VI on the market. 

In its original 1950 form the Mark VII could exceed 100 mph, and in 1952 it became the first Jaguar to be made available with an optional automatic transmission.