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Electric version of Jaguar’s classic E-type to go into production

Jaguar’s classic E-type sports car is set to make a comeback with a new electric version approved to go into production.
The E-type Zero, notably driven by Prince Harry as he whisked Meghan Markle away to their wedding reception earlier this year, will be available to buy from summer 2020.
Carmaker Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) announced that Jaguar Classic – a unit of the British-based firm which restores vintage models – will convert E-types to electric power at its Classic Works facility in Coventry.
Details on how much the revamped car could cost remains tightly under wraps for now.