The Royal Wedding’s Royal Car: Jaguar E-type

The Royal wedding vehicle that Prince Harry and Meghan vacated Windsor Castle in is Jaguar Classic’s all-electric E-type! Initially announced in 2017 in a Tech Fest event in London, boasted a guarantee that all Jaguar’s manufacturing vehicles will be electrical by 2020. Earlier in the afternoon, Meghan arrived at Windsor Castle in the Queen’s 1950…

1938 SS-100 Jaguar recovered after 60 years

Terry Larson enters his underground carport in Mesa, Arizona, with the distracted quality of somebody familiar with remarkable paraphernalia. By and by, he is flaunting an astonishing finding. Enter the Jaguar 1938 SS-100. In his expansive restoration shop, which has seen such huge numbers of Jaguar and SS racing cars have life breathed into, there stands…

Jaguar to Auction off Part of its Classic Collection

Jaguar is auctioning off a part of its exemplary $215 million (AUD) auto collection, which was at one time the greatest collection of British engines on the planet. In 2014, the British maker acquired the celebrated James Hull collection of 543 vehicles from around the globe. Containing unique and very uncommon makes from an assortment of…

Rare as they Come: Jaguars “Ghost” E-Type

Although on the surface this little number closely resembles a Series Three E-type for sure, there’s something hiding under the bonnet. Replacing the near silent purr of the usual smooth turbine of the V12 you are accustomed to, this machine makes much more noise with its XK straight-six. Enter Jaguars “Ghost” E-Type. When Jaguar redesigned the E-type…

Jaguar is Rebuilding our Favourite Classics

Britain’s latest car factory has officially opened and it’s all thanks to Jaguar Land River. This brand new $12 million plant is home to legendary cars from the marque’s long history. Housing its own collection of “Classic Works”, the site in Coventry also sells veteran vehicles and offers restoration using traditional skills. To build and…

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