April 10, 2012
When Jaguar unveiled the C-X16 concept at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September 2011, many Jaguar fans thought of the F-Type, which debuted at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit 11 years earlier. With a shape that recalled the legendary E-Type, and powered by a 240-horsepower V-6, this rear-drive coupe wasn't built. Instead, Ford, which owned Jaguar, built the X-Type and S-Type sedans. It's like opting for Roseanne Barr over Katy Perry.