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e-type

n
1. (Computer Science) informal a person who works in or is interested in electronics
2. (Commerce) informal a person who works in or is interested in electronics
[C20: electronics]
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JAGUAR Land Rover has connected its illustrious past with its ambitious future by unveiling an electric E-type and a self-driving car that could one day go into production.
Our with E-type Zero futureproof The company used its inaugural Tech Fest, a series of debates and a free public exhibition about the future of mobility, to reveal its bold vision of an electric future.
Jaguar Land Rover Classic recently presented an electric-powered Jaguar E-type at the Jaguar Land Rover Tech Fest that took place at Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London, last week.
The E-type Zero may not just a one-off either with customer asked to register their interest for a thoroughly modern take on a Jaguar classic.
Tenders are invited for Providing and Fixing Garage Door on Ducts & Mumty of Old C-Type, Old D-Type, Old E-Type, E-2 Type, H-Type Houses, BH-1, BH-2, GH-1 and GH-2 at CDLU, Sirsa.
Ray Straughan, 64, from Heddon and Martin Simpson, from South Shields, reunited their two consecutive plated Jaguar E-Type vintage cars, after 50 years apart.
It is a 1961 Jaguar E-Type series 1 roadster chassis #62 - one of the earliest models and regarded in the business as the Holy Grail of E-Types.
A MISSING Jaguar E-Type, one of the most sought-after early examples of the model, has been discovered in Scotland and will go under the hammer at the Silverstone Classic on July 30-31.
BRITISH car builder Eagle have announced a third model to join their range of E-Type based hand-built sports cars, called the Spyder GT.
com endamullen @ THE Midland-made Jaguar E-Type has beaten the likes of Bentley, Rolls-Royce and McLaren to be voted the Best British Car Ever by classic car lovers.
Hollywood will race alongside four other classes of Jags including the E-type, D-type, C-type and the MkI/MkII saloons.
Some 50 years after it went out of production, a "brand new" Lightweight E-type Jaguar has been rolled out of the company's Coventry factory.