The classic car-to-electric restoration company, Lunaz, did a great job of restoration by converting the 1952 Jaguar XK120 into an electric car, which was originally a 3.4-liter XK engine into a Lunaz modular EV powertrain, so this car has zero emissions.
The exterior is painted in bespoke Obsidian Blue following a full bare metal restoration at the Lunaz location in Silverstone.
The work is so meticulously done that the chrome on the bumpers, grille, windows and mirrors and wire wheels are back to their 1952 shine.
Likewise with the interior, all using marine recycled waste raw materials. Vaneer Burr Walnut on the dash and doors are satin lacquered.
Like modern electric vehicles, this car carpet is made of reclaimed nylon fishing nets and marine plastic waste as supporting materials.
The chair is upholstered in high-quality blue fabric, and the frame is made of recyclable aluminum. Lunaz integrates a modern infotainment touchscreen under the analog buttons on the center console, with Apple CarPlay connectivity.
According to carscoops the price for the restored Jaguar XK120 is £350,000 ($423,838) before tax, and the company has already received orders for the car. Last year David Beckham bought a 10 percent stake from Lunaz.
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