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All-Electric Jaguar E-Type Zero

The Jaguar E-Type Zero will boast an all-new carbon fiber and aluminum exterior, a classic steering wheel, and a huge digital touchscreen. Barring those upgrades, the iconic car remains largely identical to the original iteration, down to the driving experience (albeit way less noisier, of course). The original DOHC six-cylinder engine and gearbox has been replaced with a 40kWh battery pack taken from Jaguar’s all-electric i-Pace SUV, and it fits perfectly where the original engine was.


1966 Jaguar E-Type Roadster

Becoming a classic almost from its introduction in 1961, the Jaguar E-Type improved on itself just a few years later when an upgraded 4.2-liter powerplant was introduced in 1965. Besides…


Jaguar E-Type Zero

Jaguar knows that electric cars are the future which is why they have committed to making exclusively electric cars from 2020 on. But, just because it may be cutting-edge technology,…


1965 Jaguar E-Type Series 1

Inarguably one of the greatest automotive designs of all times, the Jaguar E-Type was introduced in 1961 and it combined beauty, high performance and competitive price.  It was the most…


Jaguar Classic E-Type Reborn

Following in the wake of Land Rover’s highly successful ‘Reborn’ series, Jaguar has rebirthed one of their greatest legends, the beautiful mid 1960’s Jaguar Series-1 E-Type Coupe ($360K).  The Jaguar Land Rover…


1976 Jaguar XJ-S Group 44

If you’re looking to buy your first Jaguar, or just trying to expand your vintage collection, you might want to take a look at this 1976 XJ-S Group 44.


Jaguar XK120

This one’s ripe and ready for restoration. Kept in dry storage since the 1970s, you can now get this beaten-down Jaguar XK120 from Woodham-Mortimer.


Jaguar Classic D-Type Continuation

62 years after the last example rolled off the assembly line, Jaguar Classic is re-starting production of the iconic D-Type in a limited run of only 25 examples, each hand-built…


Bremont Jaguar MKIII Watch

What happens when two reputable British firms collaborate together to create a timepiece? The Bremont Jaguar MKIII Watch ($4,850)- that’s what happens.  And then, they probably sit down and have…



We always look forward to a Jaguar coupe, and to be honest the company does not make enough of them. We, of course, love the old E-Type, which was a…


1967 Toyota 2000GT Roadster

One of only two ever built, the 1967 Toyota 2000GT Roadster is the most collectible (and expensive) Japanese car of all time. What’s more, this fantastic piece of mechanical engineering was…

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