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Jaguar is bringing back the XKSS for nine lucky customers

"The world's first Supercar"
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Jaguar has got something very very special in the works and no, we're not talking about the upcoming 200 mph F-Type SVR. We're talking about one of the most important Jags in history, the XKSS. The rare car is going to be brought back to life with Jaguar Classic building nine of the cars by hand to the exact detail and specification of the 1957 original. 

The cars are being built to replace the nine XKSS sports cars that were lost to the Browns Lane plant fire. Each car will be hand-built at Jaguar's "Experimental Shop" in Warwick, England at a cost of more than $1.4 million dollars. Jaguar plans to begin deliveries of the continuation XKSS models in early 2017.

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