Jaguar's iconic XKSS is often referred to as "the world's first supercar." Accordingly, the British manufacturer is building nine models of the car to the exact specifications as it appeared in 1957.

Only 16 models of the XKSS were built before disaster struck in the form of the famous Browns Lane factory fire that took place in 1957. Now, nine of these "lost" vehicles are being hand-built at the company's new "experimental shop" in Warwick for a select group of established collectors and customers. Every car will be constructed to the same specifications as those first 16 made in 1957 - every aspect fully certified by Jaguar. The price will be in excess of £1 million.

Look for the initial deliveries of the replicated Jaguar XKSS to arrive in early 2017.

Just last month, Jaguar unveiled its new F-Type SVR, the fastest Jaguar to date.

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