Let’s got to the Great Britain and talk about the Jaguar E-Type. The car is recognized by all as the Diabolik car, and the car has starred in three films: one just linked to the same comic book hero in the film’ Danger Diabolik ‘, then it was also used in’ The Italian Job ‘(USA , 1969) and in Herbie, the Beetle Love Bug’ (USA, 1968).
The E-type revolutionized the sports cars, both as a design from the aesthetic point of view, and was in production from 1961 to 1975. There were produced over 70,000 models, but it is still an object of worship in many countries around the world, including Italy. The coupe version was introduced by the British company in March the 15th, 1961, at the Geneva Motor Show, while the roadster came a couple a months later in New York.
It was soon widely recognized with an innovative and some features such as the front air intake of small size, the twin exhaust under the rear license plate and headlights with glass cover. The Jaguar E-Type was powered by the 3.8-liter with 265 horsepower, mated to a four-speed. Subsequently there were produced two additional generations, denominated Series 2 and Series 3, before being replaced by the Jaguar XJ-S.