Forget The Jaguar C-X75; This Is The Jag You'll Really Want


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.

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