Jaguar turns 80 this year. Autoworld would not miss this milestone for the world.
The exhibition hall on the first floor of the museum has therefore been given over entirely to this major summer exhibit.
At least 45 Jaguars are exposed.
Get to know the different stages in the evolution of the C, D, E and F-types, with, as the jewel in the crown,
the legendary E-Type, dubbed by no less than Enzo Ferrari in the 1960s
as 'the most beautiful car ever made’.
Throughout the various zones and spaces, you can discover the history of the wild cat brand by means of a retrospective of both racing cars and sports cars.
A number of recent models will also be displayed, such as the F-type cabriolet and F-type coupé, with as the highlight of the exhibit the
new XF, which will be presented to the public at a particularly creative stand.
personalized by Autoworld will now begin to criss-cross Europe to transport
the valuable collectibles to the museums, rally starting points or other
classic car events.
If you spot one of these trucks this
summer, please feel free to take a picture and send it in to email@example.com
Be sure to indicate the place where you took the photo. You can also post the photo on our Facebook page. The first ten people to send in a photo will receive a free catalogue from Autoworld and two entry tickets to the museum.
The anniversary of the Citroën DS has lately attracted much attention; a good deal of attention was also paid to the exhibit at Autoworld. The eyecatchers of that exhibition are without any doubt the ‘DS presidentielle' and the DS used in the film ‘Back to the Future II’. The press was impressed mainly by the authentic DS from 1972, which still belongs to its original owner, a gentleman from Brussels who has covered 840,000 km with this automobile. These three ‘stars’ can be admired, together with some ten others, at Autoworld until 15 July.