Jaguar Land Rover Classic Works has announced it will build 25 examples of the D-Type.
Resurrecting a more than 60-year-old design is a daunting task, one Jaguar is undertaking with a serious and respectful adherence to historic accuracy.
Jaguar originally planned to build 100 examples of the D-Type racer, powered by the 3.4-liter (and later 3.8-liter) inline-6 engine from the XK120.
Authentic detailing in the new Jaguar D-Type cockpit.
The first Jaguar D-type assembled by Jaguar Classic is an engineering prototype debuted at the 2018 Salon Retromobile in Paris.