The 2013 Jaguar Eagle Low Drag GT is one of the most desirable and rarest cars of the past, upgraded to achieve better levels of handling, speed and comfort. This new supercar is based on Jaguar’s E-Type Low Drag Coupe racecar prototype from 1962, but it is lighter, and of course more powerful. Since 1982, British company Eagle has been providing Jaguar E-Types with authentic restorations and upgrades that enhance the car’s comfort and speed, without compromising its character and appearance.
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The lines of the 2013 Jaguar Eagle Low Drag GT have been toned and harmonized, making it look amazing from any angle. RS Panels, recognized worldwide for building the best E-type aluminum bodies designed the all alumina lightweight body for the Jaguar Eagle. The original chassis would not be able to face a power-to-weight ratio almost equal to that of a modern Porsche 911 Turbo. All the practice solutions that pure race cars lacked have been discretely included. The floors are lower, the shell is longer and the trunk larger. As a result, the cabin space is increased with ample leg and headroom, maximizing passenger and driver comfort. Other features include specially cast magnesium wheels and 16″ tyres and long range fuel cell.
The lightweight body combined with fuel injection, touring axle ratio and an all aluminum high torque 4.7 liter engine results in high performance and legendary reliability. The 2013 Jaguar Eagle Low Drag GT has an optional, updated version of Jaguar’s famous twin-cam inline-6 engine made of aluminum with brilliant aspect cabohydrate supply, reminding of a vintage Ferrari engine. It develops 320 hp and 360 ft lbs of torque from its 4.7-liter displacement. This is one of the most significant alterations made to the authentic structure of the Jaguar. Paired with a five-speed manual, transmission with full synchromesh, the Drag GT is made for easy driving.
The interior of the 2013 Jaguar Eagle Low Drag GT is as remodeled as the outside, because of the unique aluminum chassis enhancements and a deeper floor. As a result, the Jaguars are wider and larger inside than the original model, which is great for a low-roof variant. The GT has extensively variable car seats and is fully trimmed with carpets and quality leathers. Of course, the car has been equipped with air conditioning, a fantastic improvement. The workmanship inside the Jaguar is amazing, combining technological innovation such as air conditioning, heated front and rear glass and a modern sound system with authentic models. If you want this beautiful car in your garage, make sure you place an order soon, due to the fact that the wait between placing an order for the car and taking delivery can be 18 months, according to the company.