The iconic E Type was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in 1961 and has been turning heads ever since.
This Jaguar doesn't just boast good looks. It also performs well. With its six-cylinder 198 kilowatt engine, it can reach top speeds of just under 240 kilometres an hour. The sports car's engine evolved from the successful Jaguar D-Type racing car. Production of the E Type stopped in September 1974. These days they're expensive collectors' items-- with the 3.8 litre Series 1 models reaching the top prices.