A missing Jaguar E-Type vehicle, considered to be one of the most sought-after early examples of the model has been discovered in the depths of Scotland. It will be offered at auction by Silverstone Auctions at the Silverstone Classic on the 30th and 31st of July.
This 1961 Series 1 Roadster, Chassis #62 has a rather interesting story. It is one of the first 92 hand-crafted models and had mysteriously disappeared at a certain time. Historians and experts were trying to know more about this Ja
If you ask a hundred people about which car they would buy if they were fortunate enough to have a win on the lottery, the chances are a hundred different replies will then be your reward. This is perfectly understandable, of course, because we are all individuals and we all have our own opinions on what makes the perfect vehicle.
There are plenty of people who will choose a brand new, fresh from the showroom SUV. Tough, robust and dripping with attitude, this choice is perfect for those
Owning one of the rarest cars on earth is more than a privilege. The 1974 Jaguar XK-E in this video is literally the last of its breed, being the 60th from last produced. The proud person who drives this Jaguar is David Paddison, who immediately fell in love when he saw it. And this is the basic line of the story of Petrolicious's latest video.
Paddison didn't grow up in a car-loving family, instead he developed his passion for cars with his friends with whom he grew up racing slot cars befo
The original Jaguar E-type is more than just an oil burning two-seater back from the 60s. Much more than that. It's the epitome of British engineering and a symbol of world renown beauty. Even today, many motoring enthusiasts tremble before it as if it were the Holy Grail. It was one of the first cars that came with disc brakes as standard, it had a 3.8 liter engine that produced 265 hp and, according to Enzo Ferarri, at the time, it was “The most beautiful car ever made“. Today, the British pl
Autocar presents you The top five most important cars that they have ever tested. They look back over 5000 road tests and pick just five cars.
The first one is the original 1959 Mini, which has just 37HP. The second is the famous Jaguar E-Type, which came out in 1961. It is powered by 3.8 liter straight-six with 265HP. The third is 1981 Volkswagen Golf MK1 GTI. The next is the best road going sports car in the world - 1994 McLaren F1. In case, you don't remember - 627HP in 1100kg. Last, but n
What’s the most beautiful car of all time? A multi-million pound Ferrari or the curvy Jaguar E-type perhaps? No, it is now officially Citroën’s humble DS, the car most famous for saving President De Gaulle from assassination.
That was the verdict when Classic & Sports Car magazine polled a jury of the world’s leading car designers to nominate the most gorgeous cars ever. The 20-strong panel ranged from Car designer of the Century Giorgetto Giugiaro – the man behind the Maserati Bora, VW
A lovingly restored Panther 6, one of only two produced; the only Unipower GT on the road in Europe. Prefer two wheels? How about the Texas Cee-Gar or Little Miss Dynamite, the ace Café racer? Just a few of the extremely rare cars and motorcycles that will be on display at the Classic Motor Show, which starts Friday 14th and runs until Sunday 16th November at Birmingham’s NEC.Only two gloriously unenvironmental Panther 6 six-wheeler cars were made between 1977-78, with 8.2-litre 600 bhp, twin-tu