Classic motor enthusiasts will be thrilled to learn that Jaguar is giving members of the public the opportunity to drive some of the manufacturer's most iconic cars.
Jaguar Land Rover Special Operations has announced its 'Heritage Driving Experience', which take place in a new 200-acre testing facility in Fen End, Warwickshire on which petrol-heads can drive the lauded Jags.
The facility comes following Jaguar's recent purchase of more than 500 classic British cars from a private collector, autoexpress.co.uk reports.
There will be a variety of packages available, including the Jaguar Experience (driving models such as the XK150 or Mark 2 saloon - costing £95 to £250), the Le Mans Experience (driving the C and D-type Le Mans endurance race winners - £750) and the Grace and Pace Experience (a full day on the tracks for £2,000 with your own choice of cars), carscoops.com notes.
John Edwards, Jaguar Land Rover Special Operations managing director, said: "This is the first experiential offering from our new division and is the first time in Jaguar's history that we have made a collection of vehicles of this caliber available for 'arrive and drive' experiences.
"It's an extremely exciting new project that underscores the very essence of what Special Operations is all about - celebrating heritage with our eyes firmly on the future."