Expanding to a four-vehicle product line for 2002, Jaguar enters a new realm of luxury motoring with the X-Type. Transparently gaining exterior styling inspiration from the larger XJ sedan, the X-Type features Jaguar's luxury compressed into a compact-sized four-door. Denoting the standard inclusion of all-wheel drive in its model name, the 2002 Jaguar X-Type sedan is powered by one of two six-cylinder engines. For 2002, an added level of performance feel can be gained with the Jaguar S-Type through a Sport trim. Available with both the V-6 and V-8 model of the mid-sized sedan, the 2002 S-Type Sport trim includes sport seats as well as unique shock absorbers. The 2002 Jaguar XJ sedan introduces a new Sport as well as Super V8 trim level. To honor the 100th anniversary of Jaguar's founder Sir William Lyons, commemorative XKR and XJR models have been prepared for 2002. The 2002 Jaguar XJR 100 featured an Anthracite exterior and unique 19-inch BBS wheels with a charcoal interior featuring red contrast stitching. The coloring theme has been repeated with the XKR 100 commemorative vehicle but features 20-inch wheels.