Eagle recreates Jaguar E-Type Speedster Lightweight with 310-hp

Eagle Jaguar E-Type Speedster Lightweight

Eagle, the creator of the Eagle E-Type, has released images and details of its new E-Type Speedster Lightweight. The model is an authentic Jaguar E-Type from the 1960s reworked with more muscular styling, fresh classic detailing, and the performance of a contemporary supercar.

The hand-built car made its debut at the Concours d’Elegance and definitely turned some heads at the event.

“The elements in this remarkable alchemy are an original Jaguar E-Type, thirty years of dedicated experience, and the absolute cream of our widely acclaimed engineering developments and upgrades,” said Henry Pearman, the founder of Eagle.

Weighing in at 2,200 pounds the E-Type Speedster Lightweight is powered by a 4.7L 6-cylinder engine making 310-hp with a maximum torque of 340 lb-ft at 3,600 rpm. Mated to a 5-speed gearbox, the E-Type Speedster Lightweight goes from 0 to 60 mph in under 5 seconds with a top speed of 160 mph.

Click through for the high-res gallery and the specifications.

Eagle Jaguar E-Type Speedster Lightweight:

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Jaguar E-Type Speedster Lightweight Specification:

Engine: 4.7 litre, aluminium in line 6 cylinder, longitudinal front mounted
Cylinder head: Aluminium twin cam big valve.
Max power: 310bhp @ 4800rpm
Max Torque: 340lb ft @ 3600rpm
Fuelling: Fuel injection with individual throttle bodies and ECU
Transmission: Aluminium 5 speed gearbox, aluminium Power Lock differential
Suspension: Independent wishbones, 6 high tech adjustable dampers, anti roll bars and rear radius arms
Brakes: 315mm/280mm drilled and vented discs, Aluminium 4 pot calipers, servo assistance
Steering: Rack and pinion
Wheels: 6 x 16 front, 7.5 x 16 rear, aluminium rims with stainless steel spokes
Tyres: 225/55 x 16 front, 245/55 x 16 rear
Weight: 1008kg dry
0-60mph: under 5 seconds
Top speed: 160mph plus
Height: 1000mm
Length: 4260mm
Width: 1740mm

– By: Roman Bronfenbrener