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The Jaguar Modeled After An Actress' Body

By Michelle Crimson

It has certainly been interesting to learn that there is a new Jaguar model that has been modeled straight right out of the body of a popular Hollywood Actress. Yes, there is a Jaguar that has been modeled after Kate Winslet of the Titanic fame's curves.

According to a source from Jaguar, the company has been working on a new vehicle that is sleek and powerful. However, the exterior design of the new Jaguar vehicle is claimed to have been created with the body of curvy Kate Winslet in mind. Yes, the designers at Jaguar have modeled the vehicle's design after actress Kate Winslet.

There are various sources of inspiration when designers and engineers make their creations. Perhaps some 1967 Jaguar 420 body parts were modeled after a racing event or anything to that effect. Or perhaps that vehicle parked beside your car has been created with a shark in mind. However, this new Jaguar is one of the most unique ways the auto world has ever heard about a car design's inspiration.

Does Kate Winslet already know about this? Well, it seems like the actress has not only known and heard about the vehicle but it looks like she has already even seen it with her own eyes. She was able to do so when she was a guest at The Tonight Show with Jay Leno last week. Upon learning about the Jaguar vehicle modeled after her own body, the actress looked quite impressed. She was recorded to have said, "Apparently, the man who designed this car decided that I, for whatever reason, was his ideal woman so he, I guess, was inspired by the shape of my body."

However, impressed as Winslet may seem to be, the actress still has insisted that she wanted some changes made to the vehicle. That is, if she was to be involved in the whole design process. She shares, "The headlights aren't big enough. They'll have to go. They never called me up and said, 'Would you mind if I did this…?' It's kind of flattering… but I would have liked to have been involved."
About the Author
Michelle Crimson holds a degree in business administration. She is currently working as an editor in New Orleans, Louisiana. This 32 year old mother of two is also a car racing fanatic.

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