So I recently purchased a used 2003 Jaguar S-type R. I recently performed my first oil change on the beast, and at first I was kinda PO'd because I could see a FRAM logo through the underbelly tray, but after removal and inspection of the filter this thing is something completly different. Now the only Fram filter I have ever seen for the Jaguar AJV8 in the S-type and XKs adn XJs is the PH5618 orange can of death. This filter is the typical cheap fram with cardboard endcaps, plastic button bypass valve, and nitrile ADBV. The filter I pulled off my Jag yesterday is a white can, but is labeled as a Fram PH5618. It has a noticeably heavier can, a white ADBV (I'm assuming this is silicone), and a metal spring bypass valve. This filter came from the service shop at the exotic car consigner where I purchased the car. They have a dedicated jaguar mechanic named "Jaguar John". I'll be giving them a call later to find out how much these filters cost and where I can source them myself.