SOLE SURVIVOR: JAGUAR XJ13

SOLE SURVIVOR: JAGUAR XJ13
Obsolete since created, Jaguar’s XJ13 Supercar is now the most valuable Jaguar in the world. And, it’s not for sale! After a massive domination in the 1950s with 5 victories, Jaguar decided to return to Le Mans and compete against Ferrari and the rising Fords with a new car called XJ13. Malcolm Sayer, the aerodynamicist responsible for airflow work on the successful C-Type, D-Type racecars and the road E-Type, designed its body. Sayer used his Bristol Aeroplane Company background to build the SO...
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ECURIE ECOSSE LM69: JAG XJ13 REDUX!

ECURIE ECOSSE LM69: JAG XJ13 REDUX!
Handcrafted modern racing thoroughbred is also road legal, but only 25 will be built. What if…? It’s a question that has dominated the history of the XJ13, a prototype built by Jaguar in 1966 in a quest to continue the marque’s legendary run of success in the Le Mans 24 Hours. Powered by a new quad-cam, 5-litre V12, the XJ13 was Jaguar’s first mid-engined car – and without doubt one of the most beautiful automotive designs of all time. Sadly, it remained unraced. A combination of internal po...
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