a luxe remaster & brand new leather upholstery
The Jaguar E-type is a car that has won a place in the New York Museum of Modern Art design collection, besides being described by experts like the Car & Driver magazine, in 1965, as the "purest automotive erotica."
This seductive model has been inspiring Jaguar designers ever since it was created, back in the '60s, and deserved renewed looks and feels.
The bespoke custom leather car seats are all we could expect and more. The interior upholstery, all made of beautiful caramel leather, maintains the car's high value since it brings it a fancy touch without losing the retro feeling.
And does the Speedster move like an E-type anyway? Well, the engine produces 310 horsepower at 4800 rpm and 3600 rpm at 340 pound-feet, so the numbers are not surprising but the Speedster is def a drivable vehicle.
Yeah, it's a fully working Speedster that looks like a million dollars, 'cause that's basically the base price we see here — for the exclusivity of only six custom-made models.
"Your car will be assembled from scratch, by hand, exactly the way you want it, over at least 6000 hours by Eagle’s 15-member staff at its hobbity cluster of former farm buildings near Uckfield in rural East Sussex on England’s south coast. All six cars are spoken for, but one yet unbuilt may still be available, and there will be an equally limited run of tin-tops inspired by the one-off factory Low Drag Coupe competition car of 1963. Basically, anything is possible. One customer wanted the Jaguar “growler” emblem at the center of the Speedster’s horn button to look a little bit fiercer, and Eagle was happy to oblige" — Car & Driver.
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