Like Aston Martin’s $8-million DBZ Centenary Collection that pairs the Aston Martin DBS GT Zagato with the DB4 GT Zagato Continuation, these commemorative E-Types won’t be available to buy separately.
“The Jaguar E-type is a genuine icon, as sensational today as the moment it was unveiled in 1961. It’s testament to the E-type’s advanced design and engineering that it can still be enjoyed and admired as passionately almost 60 years on,” said Dan Pink, Director of Jaguar Classic. “The E-type 60 Collection is a lasting tribute for E-type admirers, honouring the car’s legacy and the achievements of the team that created it – many of whom have descendants working for Jaguar Classic today, expertly restoring, maintaining and future-proofing enjoyment for generations to come.”
Jaguar is already accepting orders for the E-Type 60 Collection. Pricing hasn’t been announced, but Jaguar Classic’s Reborn E-Type costs around $355,000 so the new E-Type 60 Collection will likely cost double that.