1961 19 JAGUAR R ETYPE Evolve
Evolved from the ’50’s Le Mans-winning ng D-typtype racers, the feline E-type’s original ginal aim was to stamp Jaguar’s authority on performance. Its 150mph claim was s sensational, aided by innovations like e monocoque construction, independent nt suspension, rack-and-pinion steering and disc brakes, combined in a lightweight, t, aerodynamic and then-affordable grand nd tourer shaped by former aircraft engineer, neer, Malcolm Sayer. That’s why the E-type e feels like a wingless jet fighter behindd the wheel. That it also represents Britain, ’60s revolution and unbridled sexual virility ty are simply reflections of the beholder.