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Designer Interprets The Classic Jaguar With A Modern Twist [Pics]

Designer Interprets The Classic Jaguar With A Modern Twist [Pics]
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Iconic luxury vehicle revamped with sleeker curves and contemporary aesthetics.

Yi Chen
  • 10 may 2012


Designer Laszlo Varga from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics in Hungary, has revamped the Jaguar E-type with more modern aesthetics. Varga’s concept vehicle has maintained the classic body shape of the E-type but with added sleekness and contemporary design elements. The end product looks elegant and stylish, with a hint of nostalgia.

The E-type was manufactured by Jaguar between 1961 and 1974. It’s high-performance and beautiful design made it an iconic vehicle of the 1960s. In 2008, the E-type was featured in the Daily Telegraph’s  ‘100 most beautiful cars of all time.’

Check out the thumbnails of the updated design below:

Laszlo Varga

 

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