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Eagle E-Type Low Drag GT

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Nov 26, 2013

Catagory: Rides

When it comes to classic cars (specifically the Jaguar E-Type), we believe that leaving them untouched is almost always the best route. I mean could the British beauty really get any better looking than in its showroom form? To our surprise though, the Eagle E-Type Low Drag GT is a customized coupe based on the iconic E-Type that is drop dead gorgeous.

Eagle took 25 years to build this beauty, and boy did it pay off. The vehicle has been updated and outfitted with plenty of modern day technology and practicality including an increased cabin size, recirculating AC, long range fuel cell, aluminum construction, wider wheel track, increased luggage space, and a whole lot more. Now for the fun stuff. The Grand Tourer-bespoke is equipped with a 4.7 liter aluminum inline-six putting down 346 horsepower, and helping the 5-speed Jag sprint to 60 mph in just 5 seconds, with a top speed of 170 miles per hour. Although the design team revamped this thing from head to toe, the Eagle E-Type Low Drag GT still maintains all of the classic characters we loved so much from the Jaguar E-Type. Unfortunately this work of art is reserved for the rich, carrying a price tag of $1,050,000.

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