Vintage Jaguars take part in 16th London to Brighton rally
About 250 vintage Jaguars have taken part in the 16th London to Brighton Jaguar Run.
The vehicles and their owners assembled at the Royal Naval College in Greenwich, south London, for breakfast ahead of the rally on Sunday.
The London to Brighton route is a popular one for races, charity rides and rallies.
The London to Brighton Bike Ride and London to Brighton veteran car run are major events on the annual calendar.
The leisurely drive allowed the enthusiasts to take in sights including the Royal Pavilion and the Brighton Wheel, before finishing on Madeira Drive in Brighton.
The rally is organised by the Jaguar Enthusiasts' Club and Kelsey Publishing Group, publisher of Jaguar World Monthly magazine.
Prizes were awarded for the car that travelled the furthest distance and the "car of the run".