In the UK the 1308 Jubilee was called an Alpine GLS Special in the UK available in two tone metallic Green, Brown, grey or white and grey with velour seats in Green, Oatmeal, or parchment to match the exterior colour. Factory sunroof, electric windows, 1442cc with Simca gearbox, Alloy wheels and tinted glass were standard. The UK models had tailgate wash wipe as well which the French ones it was an option. I have only ever seen a green one and a brown one in the UK and never a UK brochure.
The Horizon was available in the same colours and interiors I believe but had the same standard fittings but no sunroof or power steering; it did have a trip computer though. The Bagheera had equally similar interiors I think but no two tone paint schemes
I know of only one Horizon Jubilee surviving in the UK, in brown, currently in store. Fortunately it is a low mileage car that was Ziebarted from new, and will not require much work (compared with most!) to bring it up to show condition.
Interesting to note that in Europe the Jubilee was offered along side the SX, I believe that in the UK the SX replaced it, but stand to be corrrected. The Horizon Jubilee did not have electric windows, and was the first use of the 1442cc engine in a Horizon, the regular GLS was only available with the 1294cc lump at that time. No, I've never seen a UK brochure either!
The German equivalent seemed to be the Blazer version, available in a kind of orangey-red I think. They did not sell well. As some of them remained at the Poissy plant, they were suggested to the employees. My parents' neighbours owned one. My father never forgot this car because of its garish colour. Sorry for the black and white photo.