Watch the Lynx Motors Video Series
Watch the first in our series of videos as we relaunch Lynx Motors.
We will explore the past, interview Lynx founders and partners, as well as discover the new direction Lynx Motors is taking developing the iconic cars for which it is reknown. Plus find out more about the new Lynx cars in the lineup.
The Lynx D-TYPE
Iconic Lemans winner by the craftsman at Lynx
The slippery aerodynamic Lynx Motors D-Type has been faithfully recreated, incorporating all the original features of the 50’s Le Mans winning cars, including the renowned vertical tail. The Lynx Motors D-Type was the first car developed and holds a special place in the companies history. Nothing can prepare you for how special and wonderful the exquisite recreations are to own and drive.
Introducing the Lynx Predator
Reimagined 911 by the craftsman at Lynx
Dynamics and lightweight are at the core of the Lynx Predator to create the ultimate driving machine. Every detail has been painstakingly recreated to the highest engineering standards including all of the aluminium bodywork, unique to the Lynx Predator. At the heart of the beast is a fire breathing, normally aspirated 425bhp flat-six engine developed with the UK’s best engine builder to very high standards. We wanted to create the ultimate drivers car and no stone has remained unturned in the relentless pursuit of driving perfection.
The Lynx C-Type
Setting the standard for Jaguar C-Type recreations
One of sports cars most successful and iconic creations. Lynx Motors exceptional craftsmanship has been brought to bare in creating this faithful and exquisite recreation. The driving experience is responsive and thrilling. The Lynx C-Type takes one back to a time when driver aids did not exist. The purity and pleasure that is gained every time you fire up the engine and take the car for drive has to be experienced .
The Lynx XKSS
The benchmark for Jaguar XKSS recreations
Without doubt, the Lynx XKSS was a very special recreation of an iconic car. In fact, back in the 70’s it was so special that Steve McQueen himself had an original Jaguar XKSS in his collection that Lynx Motors later restored before the car was placed in the Petersen Motor Museum. To this day the Lynx Motors built XKSS maintains an international reputation for accuracy and quality second to none.