The drophead coupé, which survived a head-on crash 25 years ago, sold for six times its pre-sale estimate.
It features lots of exposed carbon fiber, of course.
The 575 hp model may not be the feral cat it once was, but it’s still wildly fun to drive.
The timepieces comes with a rally timer—and a chance to drive the iconic car that inspired it.
Sold as a set, the commemorative coupe and roadster will be limited to a total of six examples each.
Now offered by MM Garage, it’s one of 18 factory team cars built and was driven by Stirling Moss and Peter Walker at Le Mans.
The 575 hp tribute car commemorates the iconic E-type’s 60th anniversary.
Sister brand Land Rover will introduce its first fully electric model in 2024.
Although the initial victory came in 1951, Jaguar Classic will build eight examples to the model’s 1953 factory racing specs.