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The Jaguar E-Type is one of the most desirable and successful entry level vehicles from the 1960's classic car generation. It epitomizes the essence of what a high-performance sports car should be. Developed on the basis of the British Racing Seat concept, the E-Type shares many design elements with its competitor vehicles from the same era.
The E-Type shares many styling elements with the much-heralded Jaguar X-type model in its bid to capture the classic styling of the 1960's. The car shares the basic architecture of the rear-wheel-drive sports car by adopting an air suspension system with push-rod actuation. As in the case of its competitor, the E-Type sports car also features a high-performance version of the popular Jaguar exhaust. However, it comes with a different tip as the exhaust on the E-Type features a shorter pipe, which enables the exhaust to be heard during top speed activities.
Though there have been a number of modifications made to the E-Type, it still remains to be one of the most desirable and versatile models from the classic Jaguar design archive. The car incorporates the same traditional styling of the older E Type models, which makes it one of the most popular retro styled cars in the world. Though limited in number, there are a handful of owners who wish to sell their E-Type to complete a classic Jaguar design portfolio, and to upgrade to a more powerful Jaguar.