Few cars are as iconic or beautiful as the Jaguar E-Type.
Introduced in early 1961 and built for 14 years, the E-Type is easily Jaguar’s most iconic model and in both Roadster and Coupe guises, continues to turns heads to this day. The following E-Type however is turning heads for all the wrong reasons.
Said to have been spotted in Queensland, Australia, this blue E-Type has, for some obscure reason, been fitted with the headlights and taillights of a Nissan 370Z. The results speak for themselves.
We’re not sure 100 per cent sure if this is an original E-Type or not but we’re inclined to say it’s a replica which is actually reasonably true to the original, with four obvious exceptions.
As for the question as to why the lights of the 370Z have been chosen, well only the owner knows the answer to that but to our eyes, it is an exceptionally odd decision because the Nissan is far from the most attractive car on sale.