Founded in 1968, Lynx was initially formed to undertake the repair and maintenance of specialist sports and racing cars.
The Company's engineering and design skills were soon applied to develop a more practical alternative to the famous Le Mans-winning Jaguar D-type. The result was the Lynx D-type, launched at the London
Racing Car Show in 1974. The model was an instant success with more than 50 examples being constructed, including nine versions in XKSS form.
Other Jaguar models that have benefited from Lynx design and engineering flair include the XJS, which was initially modified to a convertible - the Lynx Spyder - and later the shooting brake version, the Lynx
Eventer. The Lynx Lightweight E-type is also constructed on a limited basis.
Lynx has also developed a world-class
reputation for its restorations and proprietary
design and engineering projects.