Jaguar has certainly made some very cool cars over the years, and its most iconic and recognizable design is definitely the E-Type. Jaguar Classic has announced that it will be building zero-release versions of the E-Type that replaces the classic car's gas engine with an electric drive motor. The concept car officially appeared in the United States at the Monterey Car Week in California after a world debut at Jaguar Land Rover Tech Fest in September last year.
The Electric E-Type wraps I'm a classic sports car up with technology from the modern I-PACE electric crossover SUV to create a car that will be sold directly through Jaguar Classic. The EV construction will take place along with E-Type restorations at the Classic Works facility in Coventry, United Kingdom. Jaguar maintains the technical specifications for the electrical E-type at the moment.
With the car manufacturer admitting that the car must mask technology from the I-PACE electric SUV, we have at least an idea of what Technical Specifications may be. The SUV packs in a pair of Jaguar electric motors that provide a total of 400hp combined and 51