The gorgeous Jaguar XKSS from 1957 is being re-released by Jaguar’s Classic division to replace nine ‘lost’ XKSS sports cars for a select group of established collectors and customers.
In 1957, nine cars earmarked for export to North America were lost in a fire at Jaguar’s Browns Lane factory in the British Midlands; meaning just 16 examples of XKSS were built.
The XKSS was originally made by Jaguar as a road-going conversion of the Le Mans-winning D-type, which was built from 1954-1956.
The nine cars will be completely new, with period chassis numbers from the XKSS chassis log. All cars are now sold at a price in excess of £1million each.
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The images of this incredible car really speak for themselves;