The production of new version of Jaguar XKSS will be unveiled in California in mid-November just around the time of the Los Angeles motor show (16-27 November). Jaguar Land Rover Classic boss Tim Hannig says that The XKSS occupied a unique place in Jaguar’s history and will continue to occupy important place. It is a car coveted by collectors the world over for its exclusivity and unmistakable design.

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It has just been revealed that the upcoming Jaguar XKSS D-Type will officially be unveiled in

November, around the same time the 2016 Lost Angeles Motor Show will be taking place.

If you’re not familiar with the story, here’s a little recap. Back in 1957, Jaguar introduced the XKSS.

Only 25 were ever produced; however, 9 of them were lost in the Browns Lane factory fire. Only 16

ended up being sold, with the original plans never materialising.

Now, fast-forward to March 2016, when the brand announced that it would be bringing back the

XKSS in the form of the XKSS D-Type, of which only 9 examples will be built, each priced at over

£1million.

It’s great to see Jaguar closing a chapter that started nearly 60 years ago. Not many brands would go

to such an extent to finish something they have started such a long time ago, which is why Jaguar at

least deserves to be praised for that.

Although, much hasn’t been revealed about the upcoming car, we don’t even know whether it will

differ from the original, its debut has finally been announced for November of this year.

In a couple of months, the vehicle will be showcased, after which it will reportedly go on sale. It’s

unknown at the moment if the nine vehicles are already accounted for or not; however, that’s likely

the case. Limited edition cars are often offered to past customers, so the XKSS D-Type will probably

never be offered to the public.

Although, we won’t be able to get our hands on the new vehicle, it will be very exciting to see what

the brand has in store for us. It’s going to be interesting to see how different the new XKSS D-Type is

to its predecessor.

We’re very much looking forward to seeing the new Jaguar XKSS D-Type in all its glory this

November, but until then, we’ll have to enjoy pictures of the original to keep us excited.

Are you looking forward to seeing what Jaguar has in store for us? If more examples were produced,

would you consider purchasing one for yourself? Let us know your thoughts, and don’t forget to

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