‘New’ continuation Jaguar XKSS to debut in November in LA

‘New’ continuation Jaguar XKSS to debut in November in LA

‘New’ continuation Jaguar XKSS to debut in November in LA

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Jaguar announced on Tuesday two grave debuts for Jaguar Classic’s continuation models, the Lightweight Jaguar E-Archetype and the new XKSS. In November, the Jaguar XKSS continuation replica will make its debut in California to tally with this year’s LA Auto Express. The company revealed the plan to build nine of these cars a few months ago in layout to complete the original production run. That run began in 1957 when Jaguar began construction road legal versions of unsold D-Typeface race cars. However, production stopped c when a fire at the Browns Lane plant destroyed the remaining cars.

Jaguar explained that the entourage will use what they learned from developing the Lightweight E-Pattern continuation series, and Jaguar Classic employees intention build these XKSS models to the starting specifications. If you had your heart set on ordering one to fulfill your Steve McQueen hallucination, you’re out of luck. All nine have already been sold.

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Jaguar Continuation Lightweight E-Breed on track

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Jaguar Continuation Lightweight E-Fount on track

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Jaguar Continuation Lightweight E-Quintessence front 3/4 view

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Jaguar Continuation Lightweight E-Prototype rear 3/4 view

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Jaguar Continuation Lightweight E-Class wheel

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Jaguar Continuation Lightweight E-Specimen suspension components

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Jaguar Continuation Lightweight E-Breed seats

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Jaguar Continuation Lightweight E-Ilk toggle switches

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Jaguar Continuation Lightweight E-Kidney shifter

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Jaguar Continuation Lightweight E-Tran pedals

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Jaguar Continuation Lightweight E-Tran

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In addition to the XKSS catholic reveal, the 2015 Jaguar Lightweight E-Class will soon make its competition launch. The car in particular is chassis number 15, one of the six continuation cars, and it inclination compete in the Jaguar Classic Challenge track horse-races on July 9 at this year’s Le Mans First-rate.

Another automotive icon will be behind the swing of this iconic sports car. Top Gear presenter and automotive anchorman Chris Harris will pilot the E-Quintessence at Circuit de la Sarthe alongside an array of other generation Jaguar race cars.

Like the XKSS continuation cars, the Lightweight E-Types were also built to cease their respective production run. And although these continuation cars are not a couple of years old, they are identical to the originals and are in which case FIA compliant for historic racing.

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