First new Jaguar XKSS breaks cover in Los Angeles

The first of Jaguar Land Rover’s brand-new Jaguar XKSS continuations has made its world debut at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles. The Sherwood Green example is the first of nine cars to be built using chassis numbers allocated to original cars which were destroyed in the Browns Lane fire in 1957. Each of the nine cars has already been sold at a £1m a piece, the same price as the firm’s six Lightweight E-type continuations, which were allocated chassis numbers from cars which never reach production. A team…

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