Few things in life deserve to be called iconic. But when it comes to motorsport brands, Jaguar is one of them.
It is, after all, a manufacturer with seven Le Mans wins - behind only Ferrari, Audi and Porsche. Its motorsport success runs deeply into history.
But its recent efforts on the sporting scene haven't hit those heights. Its Formula 1 entry at the beginning of the millennium yielded a notably poor return on investment in terms of results and, so far, its latest single-seater venture has yet to rack up eye-catching stats.