In 1967, this prototype Jaguar was made conjunction with The Daily Telegraph as a redesigned Jaguar E-Type. Starting a new 4.2-litre 2+2 from Jaguar, Marcello Gandini at Bertone redesigned the car into an “ideal car” with direct help from Jaguar and their partners. The Pirana debuted at the 1967 London Motor Show at Earl’s Court on the stand of Carrozzeria Bertone S.A.S. In many ways this was Bertone’s bid at styling the E-Type’s replacement which never happened. Afterward it was shown at the Turin and New York motor shows.