Jaguar E-Type 1960 groen Beechcraft.psd
The Jaguar E-Type was actually a redesign of the older Jaguar E-Type model which itself was a redesigned and new-generation car. In 1960 the British sports car maker took another step forward when they released a new line of models known as the "Performance Car" in the United Kingdom. This new range was not only for drivers of the "regular" class of car, but also for those that wanted to take their car performance to the next level. These cars were aimed at those drivers that wanted to have more from their car and it showed in the way that these cars were designed and built. Some of the best examples of the E-Type performance models came from the Sixties, which happened to be the golden age of the E-Type cars.
As, well as the design the E-Type was also fitted with some great features that made this model of car a very popular one to drive. One of the best examples of the E-Type sports car styling is the hood, which was in 3D and this has now become a standard on many modern cars. There was also a very easy to use gear stick which added great functionality to the car. On top of all of this the car also had a very easy to drive the engine and power train with high compression and low emission which meant that this model of car could be taken to many different road surfaces making it a great sports car.
Jaguar also re-badged the older model of the E-Type into the slightly smaller but still fashionable Jaguar E-Type Coupe. This type of car would go on to become the benchmark for the smaller sports car design and styling and also served as the basis for many modern car designers to build upon. Many great sports car designs around the world have been based on the E-Type design. This design has remained popular for many years and its high functionality and great fuel efficiency have made it one of the most popular designs around today. Many people consider the E-Type to be one of the most beautiful and traditional sports cars of its time,
- Jan Keteleer
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