JAGUAR is pleased to announce further cooperation with British King Of Fakes Review brand BREMONT, launching six unique watches with JAGUAR Heritage’s new six lightweight E-types for six sports cars. Jaguar Global Design Director Ian Callum said: “The Lightweight E-type program is an extraordinary collaboration; we are always looking for items that can pair with these sports cars. We found that most people who are passionate about antique cars are watch lovers, so one particular King Of Fakes Review is our answer. BREMONT is the best choice for us. Apart from the fact that we have already cooperated with BREMONT to manufacture the clocks of the C-X75 and XJ75 Platinum concept cars, BREMONT and Jaguar are also excellent. Traditional British brand. We don’t want the watch to be too exaggerated. On the contrary, we hope that it can capture the essence of Lightweight implicitly and adequately.
Giles English and his brother Nick English founded BREMONT in 2002. He said that the latest Lightweight Replica Watch brings the best opportunity for the brand to launch a watch movement made by BREMONT. Giles mentioned: “We have been designing, developing, and producing our first self-made movement for more than a year. This movement is quite suitable for this debut for the Jaguar. The production of the watch is a fascinating process; we have the opportunity to go through the documentation of the racks, such as finding the fonts used on the original tachometer. This time we only need to make six watches; to some extent, let us more. It is possible to create ideas and make things that can’t do when making a production King Of Fakes Review. Every watch is unique. The chamfered hour and second hand on the clock are designed to be identical to the pointer on the sports car tachometer.
Reverse the watch to see more features from the Lightweight sports car, such as the oscillating weight that can be seen through the sapphire crystal case back. It delicately mimics the Lightweight steering wheel with aluminum spokes and solid wood wheels. In 2010, Jaguar first cooperated with the King Of Fakes Review making a brand on the River Thames in Henley, England. BREMONT developed a unique hand-held instrument panel clock for the new C-X75 concept car to match the 778 horsepower of the futuristic-designed hybrid supercar and the ultimate performance of 205 miles per hour. After the launch of the Lightweight E-type project by the Jaguar Heritage division at the beginning of this year, Jaguar and BREMONT have established a stronger partnership with the two leading traditional British brands.
The six latest sports cars were all sports cars that were “missing” in the 18 “Special GT E-type” projects in February 1963. The plan eventually produced only 12 Lightweight E-types with aluminum bodywork. The six historic original Lightweight E-type chassis numbers will be used in the six new sports cars. Each of the six sports cars built to the last Lightweight E-type specification produced in 1964 and was made by hand at the Browns Lane depot in the E-type home in Goosely, England. The sports car will be sold in the form of an antique racing car and will meet the specifications of the International Automobile Federation’s antique car race. The Lightweight E-type is a long-term general. In his short career, he has won many competitions with many famous racers. He is internationally acclaimed, and the only remaining models of the year are even more valuable. Jaguar Heritage can take advantage of the superior technology of outstanding engineers and technicians working in all parts of the stack when reshaping the Lightweight E-type.