Eagle Spyder GT

Jan 27, 2017

Category: Rides

There’s no denying that the Jaguar E-Type is a classic car. Not only is it unmistakable in its design, but Enzo Ferrari himself was actually quoted as saying it was “the most beautiful car in the world.” It’s so famous and world renowned, in fact, that Eagle has built their business around paying tribute to the vehicle. They’ve done a good enough job, in fact, to be featured in numerous press formats, including appearances on Top Gear UK. And their latest creation, the Spyder GT, is yet another outstanding entry.

For starters, the sleek exterior of this drop-top coupe is actually constructed entirely of aluminum. From head-to-toe this gorgeous vehicle is completely bespoke – thanks to a long list of custom options – making the few that they actually build amongst the most exclusive vehicles in the world. But, if history is to be believed, the price and the wait will absolutely be worth it, as Eagle’s vehicles are true works of art. And, thanks to the low profile windscreen and convertible top, you’ll be able to enjoy the curve and straight of every road regardless of the weather. Pricing information has yet to be released, but we imagine it will be a bit over of $900,000, as that’s around where their Roadster model starts. [Purchase]

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