The continuation version of Jaguar XKSS will be unveiled in California in mid-November around the time of the Los Angeles motor show (16-27 November).
Earlier this year Jaguar announced that it will build nine of the XKSS D-Type model to replace those lost in the 1957 Browns Factory fire.
Almost 60 years on, the nine cars will be hand-built by Jaguar at its new ‘Experimental Shop’ in Warwick, and will be constructed to the same exact specification as the original models produced in 1957.
Set to be priced in excess of £1 million, the very limited-run cars are being built specifically for a select group of collectors and customers. All nine examples have now been sold.
Jaguar Land Rover Classic boss Tim Hannig said: “The XKSS occupies a unique place in Jaguar’s history and is a car coveted by collectors the world over for its exclusivity and unmistakable design.