This is old news by now, but it bears repeating. Jaguar is continuing their production run of 18 lightweight E-Types. Which means that 6 very lucky collectors get to party like it's 1963, all over again.
What we'd like to know is, where are they getting the engines from? Do they have a warehouse full of brand new XK blocks and heads? Inquiring minds want to know.
Aluminum-heavy racer ready for FIA historic homologation. Jaguar Land Rover's Special Operations department introduced its “continuation” Lightweight E-Type at the opening reception of the Pebble Beach automotive weekend. Six will be built, each assigned a chassis number from the 1963 run ...
LLEIDA, Spain – Jaguar’s F-Type coupe, set to spearhead the advance of the ambitious British-based and Indian owned Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) maker of premium sports cars, sedans and SUVs, will be available on most world markets next month, and the U.S. in May. The two-seater sports car is not for [...]
Yours truly has taken the plunge and bought an F-Type. Please expect coverage of the F-Type to be slightly biased towards the positive in the future. To spare you the anguish of waiting for my verdict on the car, let me sum it up in one word: Amazing! -Gunnar