Back in late March, we caught word that Jaguar planned to make nine XKSS continuation cars to make up for some original 1957 models that were lost in a factory fire back in the day. We knew that the cars would be very expensive and with so few being made, ultra exclusive as well.Check It Out
My name is “Stirling” and I’m an automotive journalist. Needless to say, I feel an odd and almost certainly not reciprocated kinship with motorsport legend Sir Stirling Moss. Because of this, and because this car is awesome, I have a deep seatedCheck It Out
fetish love for the Jaguar D-Type and the XKSS that was derived from it.