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The Jaguar E-Type was introduced at the 1961 Geneva Motor Show. It followed the XK120, twelve years its senior. After the first two prototypes, which were two-seat convertible, Jaguar developed the E1A (A for aluminum). The car was powered by a six cylinder engine and was first available as either as a two-door sedan or convertible, and then as a 2+2 door model as of 1966.