Eagle’s Low Drag GT is based on the Jaguar E-Type and only three models were built in the 60s. Now the Low Drag GT is making a return, and it still stays true to most of its values. It also improves everything there is to do on the car.
EVO’s Henry Catchpole got some wheel time for the car, and this roofed version is pretty unique compared to its open top variant.
Catchpole praises the 4.7-liter aluminum block straight-six with close to 400 hp that only has under 1,100 kg to push around (helped by the slippery shape too) – sixty comes up in around 4.5 seconds and top speed is rated at 280 km/h (175 mph).
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There are more than 253 million cars and trucks on the road in the USA alone. Today, many of us drive to work or use an automobile to drop the kids off at school and run errands. Whatever you use your car for and however far you travel, it’s important to drive safely. If you were asked questions about your driving skills and your behavior behind the wheel, what kinds of answers would you give? Are you a good, dependable driver or could you be posing a risk to yourself and others on the roads? Read more