Driving to work in a crowded city sucks. Traffic sucks. Finding parking sucks. But with a fifth-scale replica of a Jaguar XK120 that’s small enough to squeeze inside an elevator, suddenly you’re not limited to just driving on roads, or finding parking in a busy garage.
Jaguar Heritage Racing entered four cars into the four-day, 1,000-mile endurance rally known as the Mille Miglia. The historic fleet was supported by 30 mechanics from JD Classics while the cars themselves were driven by all sorts of celebrities and the best of Jag's own crew.
Jaguar's at least twice built the fastest production car in the world, would you go back to 1949 to drive this one in all its glory?
What better way to mark the 60th anniversary of the first XK car, the XK120, than by unveiling a performance version of the XK at the British Motor Show? We're not sure. Nor are we sure that the XK60 special edition above is actually a better performer than, say, the 2008 Jaguar XKR we reviewed, or the upcoming 2009…