Bespoke Jaguar Mark 2 by Ian Callum going into limited production

We really liked Jaguar Design Director Ian Callum’s recently unveiled one-off custom Jaguar Mark 2, which was reengineered by Classic Motor Cars (CMC).

Well looks like this beautiful Mark 2 is not going to stay a one-off model, as CMS has announced plans to put it into limited production. All that of course with Callum’s permission.

Peter Neumark, Chairman of CMC said: “In my remarks at the launch of the car I said that we would love to build more, but little did I think the response would be so great. Within hours we had received calls from people all over the globe asking if they could buy one. We asked Ian Callum if we could produce a limited run and he has said ‘yes.’”

Want one? Well this custom Mark 2 is no cheap and is priced between £350,000 and £375,000. More than any Jaguar currently in production, but you are guaranteed to get something very special that should hold the price much better than any new Jaguar currently in production.

So what do you get for £350,000+?

The Mark 2 by Ian Callum features modified bumpers, functional louvres, 17-inch wire rim wheels, luxurious interior with NZ502E single DIN multimedia station with a 16cm flip-out touch screen and component loudspeakers in specially-designed housings and fine leather in the colour you like.

Power comes from an upgraded 4.3-litre engine from XK linked to a five-speed manual. Compared to the standard car it sits 30mm lower and also comes with a retuned suspension.

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