Jaguar E-Type

  • Chip Foose Jaguar E-Type

    Noted designer Chip Foose modified and modernized a 1974 Jaguar E-Type as only he can.

  • 1963 Jaguar E-Type Low Drag Coupe OWL226
    Diez Concepts Jaguar E-Type Low-Drag Coupe is the latest reimagined classic

    Diez Concepts has built its own version of the Jaguar E-Type Low Drag Coupe, a car that Jaguar only built one example of.

  • 1963 Jaguar E-Type on Jay Leno's Garage
    Aluminum-bodied 1963 Jaguar E-Type swings into Jay Leno's Garage

    Jay Leno's Garage brought one very cool cat onto the show in a recent episode. A 1963 Jaguar E-Type swung into the studio, but this is no typical E-Type. It's a different animal. Not to be confused as a kit car or a tribute to an original, this is a factory Jaguar E-Type, except Jaguar Classic has...

  • Jaguar E-Type Zero
    Jaguar's electric E-Type confirmed for production

    Due to popular demand, Jaguar announced Thursday that the electric E-Type Zero it showed as a concept a year ago will enter production. The cars won't be built from scratch but conversions of existing E-Types, with the work to be carried out by Jaguar Land Rover Classic. The announcement came ahead...

  • E-Type UK Series 3 restomod with 6.1-liter V-12 engine
    British firm unveils Jaguar E-Type restomod with 6.1-liter V-12

    The Jaguar E-Type is arguably one of the prettiest cars to ever built, but the final-generation Series 3 is often overlooked for earlier examples. This E-Type Series 3 restomod may change that perception. E-Type UK, a British firm specializing in E-Type restorations, completely reworked this 1974...

  • Sir Stirling Moss raced Jaguar E-Type up for sale
    Race like a legend today: Jaguar E-Type raced by Stirling Moss up for sale

    It's hard to believe that Sir Stirling Moss never claimed an overall title, but he certainly claimed all sorts of other motorsport victories before his retirement at 88. Moss won major races at nearly every level of competition during his racing days, including Le Mans, Sebring, the Mille Miglia...

  • Prince Harry and new wife Meghan Markle in the Jaguar E-Type Zero concept

    Saturday's royal wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle wasn’t just about the dress, as there were an assortment of interesting British cars in service throughout the event. One of the standouts was the Jaguar E-Type Zero, an electric version of the iconic sports car that Harry and his new wife drove from Windsor Castle to the reception at nearby Frogmore House. The E-Type Zero isn't a car you can buy just yet. It's a concept built using a donor E-Type, which Jaguar unveiled last year to gauge interest in a potential commercial electric conversion for the sports car. It packs a...

  • 1961 Jaguar E-Type to be restored by Classic Motor Cars
    Rare 1961 Jaguar E-Type found in pieces to be completely restored

    Classic Motor Cars of Bridgnorth plans to undertake quite a challenge, signing on to fully restore a 1961 Jaguar E-Type that was found in pieces. But this isn't your ordinary E-Type. CMC has identified the car as chassis number 875256, which happens to be one of the very first left-hand drive...

  • 1963 Jaguar Lightweight E-Type bearing chassis number S850664 - Image via Bonhams
    Another original Jaguar Lightweight E-Type heads to auction

    Special cars command big bucks. This 1963 Jaguar Lightweight E-Type is one special car that's just bit extra special, and it will soon head to a new home as it's bound for Bonhams' auction during 2017 Monterey Car Week this August. A Jaguar E-Type will always conjure special attention, but the...

  • Restored Jaguar E-Type from Jaguar Classic’s Reborn program
    Jaguar to offer 10 ‘reborn’ E-Types

    Following the success of its continuation program for the Lightweight E-Type, Jaguar has decided to offer a handful of what it’s calling “reborn” E-Types. Jaguar’s classic car department plans to scour the classifieds for 10 original E-Types and then comprehensively restore...

  • Eagle Spyder GT
    Eagle adds Spyder GT to its list of beautiful bespoke machines

    Eagle is a company that should be on your radar. The reason? Eagle is responsible for turning out truly lovely machines, and it's all based around the forever iconic Jaguar E-Type. The British firm takes existing E-Types and either refurbishes them or upgrades them into even more intriguing...

  • 1963 Jaguar Lightweight E-Type raced by Bob Jane - Image via Bonhams
    1963 Jaguar Lightweight E-Type fetches $7,370,000 at auction

    Jaguar’s Lightweight E-Type has frequented the headlines in recent years due to the British automaker’s decision to make a series of continuation models exactly like the originals. Those continuation models were priced as high as £1 million (approximately $1.26 million) and all...

  • Jaguar E-Type barn find

    A Jaguar E-Type found hiding under a hedge in rural England is headed to auction, but what's most significant about the dusty and shapely coupe might be its first owner. Sold new to Ivor Arbiter, the owner of Drum City and Sound and London, the E-Type arrived about the time The Beatles were really beginning to take off. Arbiter was a well-known figure in the '60s London music scene, and he's perhaps best remembered for designing the "Drop T" logo for the famous British band. According to auctioneer COYS, which will offer the E-Type in London next week, Arbiter's firm was paid just £5...

  • 1961 Jaguar E-Type chassis 15
    Barely Recognizable 1961 Jaguar E-Type Restored To Former Glory

    For some classic car restorers, no wreck is too far gone. Where most see a pile of rusted metal, they see potential. Because with enough money and skill, any old car can be made like new again. Or sometimes even better. The 1961 Jaguar E-Type you see here was barely more than a stripped chassis...

  • 1973 Jaguar E-Type Series III V12 Roadster
    1973 Jaguar E-Type Rescued From Dusty Barn Heads To Auction

    Though it's oft repeated, it's repeated for a reason: the Jaguar E-Type remains one of the greatest looking vehicles ever made. On top of that, it's a joy to drive. Especially if you can get your hands on one equipped with a 4.2-liter straight six under the long hood and a convertible roof to let...

  • Jaguar Lightweight E-Type
    First 1963 Jaguar Lightweight E-Type continuation model heads for Pebble Beach

    Back in February 1963, Jaguar embarked upon the 'Special E-Type GT' project—a series of lightweight, aluminum-bodied variants of the E-Type specially designed for competition. Just 18 cars were planned but only 12 were made—until now. WATCH: Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6x6 Terrorizes...

  • 1964 Jaguar E-Type barn find for sale in France
    1964 Jaguar E-Type Barn Find Has Bugatti Racing Pedigree

    The Jaguar E-Type needs no icing on its cake of sultry vintage speed, but this find has some anyway. Once owned by a Bugatti race driver, this E-Type was worked over by a race mechanic at Bugatti’s shop in Molsheim, France, to extract more power—enough for an extra 7 mph of top end...

  • 1963 Jaguar Lightweight E-Type recreation
    Jaguar Embarks On First Re-Creation Project: Six New 1963 Lightweight E-Types

    In automotive circles, recreations, vehicles that continue original chassis codes and are built using original designs and techniques, tend to have equal numbers of fans and critics. On the plus side, recreations allow a new generation of enthusiasts to get acquainted with classic cars, and even...

  • 1963 Jaguar XKE E-Type on Jay Leno's Garage (image: Jay Leno's Garage)

    Gearheads rarely agree on which car is the most beautiful ever designed, but a select few appear on more lists than most. The Lamborghini Miura, for instance. The '63 Corvette Stingray. The Ferrari 246 GT Dino. And the car you see here, a Series 1 Jaguar XKE, otherwise known as the E-Type. It's been a while since we've seen one as pretty as that featured on Jay Leno's Garage, though. As a 1963 car it's a fairly early Series 1, about as original as they get, and in Jay's preferred coupe form--though many prefer the convertible. It's a one-owner car, bought brand new by a lady back in 1963, and...

  • 1968 Jaguar E-Type Coupe, for sale on eBay, April 2013
    Classic Jaguar E-Type: Abducted, Shot, Rescued, Then Ignored

    The Jaguar E-Type is nothing less than a legend, a classic, a car that stands alone. And striking cars should come with startling stories. A certain Jaguar 1968 E-Type Coupe offered for sale in Rockville, Maryland, has that, in spades: In its 45 years, it has been loved, abducted, found, denied...

  • 30 Days of the 2014 Jaguar F-Type
    E-Type To F-Type, The Legend: 30 Days Of 2014 Jaguar F-Type

    Launched in 1961, the Jaguar E-Type became an icon almost instantly. It's been displayed in New York's Museum of Modern Art and was the third car to enter MoMA's permanent collection, after a 1948 Cisitalia 202 and a 1990 Ferrari F1 car. The E-Type sprang from a pair of concept cars in 1957 and...

  • Jaguar E-Types at the Corkscrew, 2011 Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion
    E-Types In The Corkscrew: 2011 Rolex Monterery Motorsports Reunion

    Yesterday we brought you live images of the 1961-1970 Jaguar E-Type in action at the Monterey Motorsports Reunion, but today, we have a special gallery: all E-Types, all in Laguna Seca's famous Corkscrew. We don't really need any reason beyond that to check out the gallery, so we're betting you...

  • 2011 Goodwood Festival of Speed Sculpture
    2011 Goodwood Festival Of Speed Sculpture Is A Giant Jaguar E-Type

    Each year the UK’s Goodwood Festival of Speed is marked by the unveiling of an oversized sculpture centering on an automotive theme, and this year’s event, which takes place this week, will be no different. Last year it was Alfa Romeo celebrating its centenary and the year before that...

  • Jaguar E-Type
    Jaguar Celebrating 50 Years Of Iconic E-Type

    This year marks the 50th anniversary of one of the most famous and desirable cars in automotive history--the Jaguar E-Type. For many, Jaguar's E-Type epitomized the perfect sports car--powerful performance, stunning good looks and Jaguar build quality--so it’s not surprising to hear that...

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