Perfection never gets old.
We don't want anyone to take this the wrong way, but we've long accepted the fact that Jaguar won't build a production-spec C-X75 supercar. It's just the reality of things. However, just over a year ago, Jaguar revealed something so remarkably special that it is, in a nutshell, perfection. The Lightweight E-Type, limited to only six examples (as opposed to none for the C-X75), is basically a continuation of something Jaguar started way back in 1963. The UK sports car maker had a plan then to produce 18 E-Type GTs specifically for endurance racing.
Only 12 were built. Last year, Jaguar Special Operations completed the remaining six. All are powered by an aluminum block 3.8-liter inline-six with 300 hp and 280 lb-ft of torque. This, people, is Jaguar perfection, and our friends at Evo just got behind the wheel to prove this point.