The jaguar e type electric, once described by Enzo Ferrari as the “most beautiful car in the world” has always been a favorite with collectors. This month it was front and center in world news when it served as the wedding car for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, now the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
Jaguar E-Type Zero
In 2014, Jaguar resurrected the original E-Type by creating a lightweight version of the car. The company dubbed the car “the world’s most beautiful electric car”, and it is built to replicate the look and feel of the original.
Jaguar E-Types Available for Sale
We offer a range of E-types to suit every taste and budget. From the classic Gunmetal Grey Series 2 Roadster, to a stunning British Racing Green E-Type with a tan interior.
Restoring a Jaguar E-Type: A Step-by-Step Guide
The best way to invest in an E-Type is to get it running and driving as much as possible, and then keep it looking good. This can be done with a simple re-spray or an extensive restoration.
There are also a variety of parts for an E-Type available to help with the maintenance and repairs. This includes bodyshells, lighting, steering, and engine components.
Jaguar’s history with the E-Type
The E-Type was introduced at the 1961 Geneva Motor Show and grew to be the best-selling sports car in Britain, with demand outstripping production at Browns Lane. The E-Type remained in production for three generations, from 1961 to 1975, and a new V12 model was added in 1971.