1967 Jaguar E-Type chosen by American racer and team owner Bobby Rahal

I love the E-Type. It's just a piece of perfect work. The reason it's so pure is Malcolm Sayer [the car's designer] was an aerodynamicist. He had a styling notion, he was very influenced by the Alfa Romeo Disco Volante. The E-Type is such a known quantity now but it's actually a very geometric car. People see it almost as a sort of voluptuous, curvaceous car, but if you actually analyze all the geometric sections, they are pure geometric sections. There's not a loose line on there.
Petersen Automotive Museum
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