In 1956, a small racing team from Scotland won the 24 Hours of Le Mans driving customer Jaguar D-Types and would go on to do it again in 1957. This team was Ecurie Ecosse and would shut down in the early '70s before being reborn in the '80s and racing to the present day. In 1966, Jaguar shut down the XJ13 program that supposed to bring them back to Le Mans after they realized the car was already old tech before it had even hit the race track. With the LM69, Ecurie Ecosse is realizing what might have been if the XJ13 was updated to race at the 1969 Le Mans. Partnering with Design Q and XJ13 replica company Building the Legend, the LM69 is street-legal and built to the FIA's regulations in 1969, with an improved body design, suspension, and 5.0-liter V12 based on the XJ13's unit. Only 25 will be built, the amount required to homologate the car for competition under 1969 rules.