Jaguar to unveil first car from new Special Operations tuning division.
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The Special Operations skunkworks at Jaguar Land Rover’s British HQ will unveil its first car at this weekend's Goodwood Festival of Speed in the UK.
Special Ops haven't released any details of the new performance car, but fans are hoping to see either a salesroom version of the F-Type Project 7 that starred at Goodwood last year, or a special build of the rebirthed E-Types that will be produced under the Heritage Products program.
Jaguar has already confirmed that Goodwood will be used as a showcase to mark the 60th anniversary of the legendary D-Type, with the event's famed hillclimb being taken on by a pair of D-Types.
The first will be the original 1954 D-type prototype, to be followed by the later 1956 ‘Long Nose’ model, driven by ex-F1 racer Bruno Senna -- who recently helmed the car for the 1000-mile 2014 Mille Miglia with fellow F1 racer Martin Brundle. Other Jags also tackling the Goodwood Hill be a ‘Group 44’ E-type, Group-A XJS TWR, the 1988 Le Mans-winning XJR-9 LM, and current model F-TYPE R Coupé and XFR-S Sportbrake.