Jaguar Type E 1960.psd
During the 1960s, the Jaguar Type E was one of the most popular cars. It was first raced one month after the Geneva Motor Show. The type was driven by Audrey Hepburn and later by Roy Salvadori. The car's rounded silhouette and streamlined proportions were popular with the movie stars. However, its flat floor made it more prone to accidents. Even though the Type E was not a very popular car, it did manage to catch the attention of many car enthusiasts.
The E-Type was the most popular model of the Jaguar. It was manufactured for about six years and sold for around $1500. Despite being popular, the car had a few shortcomings. For example, the body had to be modified in order to meet new regulations. The rear end was restyled to meet new standards. The bumpers were moved forward and the turn lights were positioned in front. The headlights were reshaped, with the headlights being shifted further to the right.
The Type E from 1960 had a low profile, but was a very high performance car. The vehicle had a large engine and a big boot, making it a versatile vehicle. In addition to a wide range of standard features, the Jaguar also featured a variable instrument lighting system and a full instrument panel. Despite its modest price, the Type E is considered one of the most expensive cars ever produced. Although the first Type E was launched in the 1950s, it has a high-performance and stylish car.