Jaguar E-type Zero

Classic looks. Cutting edge tech. Based on a 1968 Series 1.5 Roadster, the Jaguar E-type Zero offers an iconic silhouette, while underneath an all-electric powertrain has it prepared for a sustainable future. Engineered by Jaguar Land Rover Classic, it has a slightly modified fascia, with LED headlights for efficiency, and revised instrumentation inspired by the original. It's lighter than its vintage sibling, and quicker, too — it moves from 0-62 mph in just 5.5 seconds — even though the power output was limited to better match the set-up of the original. This example will be on display at an event in London this weekend, and while specific production plans haven't been announced, curious parties are encouraged to contact Jaguar and register their enthusiasm.

  • 1964 Shelby AC 289 Cobra

    The vicious 427 big-block Cobras get all the attention, with their sledgehammer acceleration, white-knuckle oversteer, flared fenders, and racing stripes. But a true driving purist accepts nothing less than the 289 small-block Cobra: The lighter motor up front makes the most of the British AC chassis, and all but the most masochistic won't miss breaking the tires loose and potentially destroying millions of dollars at the slightest nudge of the accelerator. This nearly flawless 1964 289 Cobra is a drivers car through and through. A fully documented history with over 27,000 miles means this a relatively affordable Cobra — that you can actually drive.

  • 1959 Ferrari 410 Superamerica Series III

    Enzo Ferrari's philosophy for his Superamerica models was a departure from his other race-bred road cars. A combination of high-performance, opulent luxury, excellent comfort, and a clientele of business moguls, athletes, and famous entertainers willing to pay the fee for one of the world's most illustrious constructors made the Superamerica Ferrari's halo car. This 1959 410 Superamerica Series III is one of only 12 constructed and boasts an ownership history of some of Ferrari's best customers. Each Superamerica was custom ordered, with no two exactly alike, making them some of the most valuable Ferraris made.

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