The E-Type model from British car manufacturer Jaguar, produced from 1961 to 1975, was designed by Malcolm Sayer, who industrial design critics called “a wizard of aerodynamics”. The car was first unveiled to the public on the 15th of March 1961 at the Geneva International Motor show and quickly influenced the world of cars. After its public presentation, the E-Type gained some exceptional fans including Enzo Ferrari, who declared that the E-Type was “the most beautiful car in the world.” Major international celebrities such as Tony Curtis, Steve McQueen, George Best, Peter Sellers, George Harrison, and Brigitte Bardot were all immortalized at the wheel of their own E-Type, creating the mythical aura this car carries to this day. In Italy, the E-Type is mostly remembered for having been the car of one of the most notorious Comic book criminals: “Diabolik, behind the wheel of his powerful Jaguar, racing at two hundred kilometres per hour, manages to get through before the police close all the roads”. So reads the caption in the February 1963 issue of Diabolik, when the Jaguar E-Type first appeared.