Jaguar will be producing 250 Project 7s, a modified version of the F-Type, to celebrate the 60th birthday of the iconic D-Type. We took a closer look to see how tribute has been paid to Jaguar's heritage.
Founded in 1935 in Britain, Jaguar, with its sister company Land Rover, is currently owned by Indian manufacturer Tata Motors. Although the company currently produces luxury sedans as well as a luxury SUV, the company is known for their two-sear sports cars, a tradition that continues with the current F-Type.
The F-Type is the latest in a prestigious line of legendary cars from Jaguar. XCAR takes a step back in time through the alphabet to explore the predecessors to the awesome ride.
A British-built recreation of the 1955 "long nose" D-Type Jaguar will be auctioned-off by Bonhams in the United Kingdom on September 17.