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-The British are fond of their history for good reason. From Stonehenge to Brexit, it’s been nothing if not a fascinating ride. Along those lines, it has been a long while since we’ve been able to attend a Jaguar press event without some mention of the Jaguar E-type, out of production for 41 years and still, indisputably, one of the loveliest cars ever made. The XK-E is a seemingly inexhaustible source of fuel for Jag’s endless nostalgia play, in which the current F-type sports car is billed as the E’s spiritual successor. For this year only, there is a version of the F, the limited-edition Project 7, that traces its lineage back to the racing Jaguar D-types, the XK-E’s own predecessor. From E you get F, and now an F that evokes D. Got it? READ MORE ››

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