In the history of the automobile, the Jaguar E-Type has few peers in terms of performance or design, even being praised by Enzo Ferrari himself for its beauty on its release. That makes updating the original a risky proposition — one that concept artist Khyzl Saleem absolutely nailed with his E-Type concept. A low stance with classic magnesium wheels and massive fender flares give the E-Type an aggressive, racing-oriented look, along with a front splitter and twin-bubble speedtail. The inline-six exhaust snakes out just behind the front wheels and terminates in Cobra-esque side pipes, with the engine on full display thanks to a hood cutout. The E-Type's curvaceous lines are immediately recognizable with more than a touch of modern hypercar, making this a near-perfect blend of retro and modern.