Eagle E-Type: Superb replica of the Jaguar E-Type
A design to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the iconic Jaguar E-Type tres, the English preparateur Eagle will unveil within the holding of Salon Prive London, his model E-Type Lightweight Speedster.
Salon Prive London, to be held this year on June 22, is a very event run by big names from the world of cars and several small independent manufacturers that come present their latest achievements all. This year, the event is also a fully up to electricity propels the boat.
The Eagle preparateur
Eagle Motorcars is a small shop located in the south of England whose specialty is first to restore or convert old Jaguar E-Type, which found a second life and help has thousands of fans can realize the dream their life.
It goes without saying that these models E-Type resurrected can benefit, as appropriate, more recent engine and the most advanced technologies of the time. The designers of the Eagle Company fully comply the interior of the Jaguar E-Type conceived at the very beginning of the year '60.
As it should be, these people are reviving a both versions cuts, cuts 2 +2 roadster sports car. In addition, you can also opt for a car driving right or left hand drive.
Eagle E-Type Lightweight Speedster
Cote body, this replica is a very large success so it reminds us all of a sudden of an eye, the wonderful Jaguar E-Type of the year '60.
Under its long hood lies a six-cylinder engine line 4.7 liter fully assembled by hand by craftsmen of the Eagle society. Its power is 310 hp and torque is 340 lb-ft. Only a six-speed manual gearbox has coming on stream.
This version called "lightweight" that weighs only 1008 pounds and propels the car to 100 km / h in under five seconds while the top speed ANNOUNCED would exceed the 260 km / h.
Make a little history
The Jaguar E-type, better known in America as "XKE" appeared for the very first time in March 1961 when it was reserved for export markets, including that of America. In July of the same year, it was introduced on various markets european. Production debuted in 1961 and was complete in 1975. Altogether, 70 000 copies that were produced.
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