Jaguar will be celebrating 50-years of the E-Type at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show next month. The automaker will be hosting E-Type drives at the Parc des Eaux Vives in Geneva, where the original car was launched by the marque’s founder Sir William Lyons half a century ago.
“It is impossible to overstate the impact the E-Type had,” said Ian Callum, Jaguar Design Director. “Here was a car that encapsulated the spirit of the revolutionary era it came to symbolize. We’re looking forward to celebrating achievement and looking forward with our all-new sports cars in Geneva.”
Swedish designer Bo Zolland, a fan of the E-Type, decided to take a shot at what a modern day E-Type will look like. We can definitely see some influence of the C-X75 Concept in there. Nice work Zolland.
Jaguar Growler E-Type Concept by Bo Zolland:
– By: Omar Rana