Newport Engineering cuts top off of Jaguar XJ L, creates four-door convertible

Jaguar XJ L by Newport Convertible Engineering

Four-door convertibles haven’t really existed since the 1960s, since the days of the Lincoln Continental. However, over the years there have been many efforts completed by individual coachbuilders. And here’s another one.

Newport Convertible Engineering decided to take an all-new Jaguar XJ and cut its head off. Based specifically on the long-wheelbase XJ L, Newport said they tackled their hardest job yet and fitted the XJ with folding origami.

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Though demand is rather questionable for Newport’s XJ L convertible, especially since it starts at around $130,000. So if you’re specifically in the market for a new Jaguar XJ L convertible, then Newport will cater well to you. But for everything else, there’s much more you can get for $130,000.

Jaguar XJ L by Newport Convertible Engineering:

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– By: Chris Chin

Source: Newport Convertible Engineering (via autoblog.it)

Chris Chin

Chris Chin is the Editor-In-Chief of egmCarTech and is a regular contributor to Automobile Magazine.

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