Could a lighter Jaguar F-Type Club Sport Coupe be on the way?
Jaguar is a historic British marque known for producing luxury cars with sports performance attribute. Jaguar is partnered with Land Rover and owned by Indian company Tata. Jag models to watch: XKR-S, F-Type
Ok, so the worst just happened, like something totally NOT GOOD. Perhaps a natural disaster has devastated your country; maybe a virulent disease or food-borne illness is spreading throughout the population; conceivably even the hand of God has reached down from on high and caused an outright nuclear meltdown. Whatever the reason, things are seriously…
The snarling Jaguar sports car that debuted roughly six months ago in L.A. will hit dealers in a little over a month.
Jaguar wants to move even more upscale than its F-Type coupe offering, with new rumors pointing to a two-door version of its XJ flagship sedan.
This heavily camouflaged car is the upcoming Jaguar sports sedan. Dubbed the XE, it’s Jag’s secret weapon which is designed to compete with the BMW 3 Series, Mercedes C-Class and Audi A4.
Despite it’s reputation for being a cool and luxurious car, Jaguar’s grand-touring coupe, the XK, is about to stop production with no replacement model planned at this time.
Jaguar is displaying its hooligan-certified XFR-S Sportbrake here at the Geneva Motor Show.
Jaguar confirmed today that its upcoming BMW 3 Series fighter will be called the XE and that U.S. customers will be able to buy it in 2016, following a global launch this year.
Owning your dream car isn’t just all about making the payments. The cost of insuring some of the world’s most extravagant sports cars could punch another hole in your wallet each month. A study conducted by Insure.com that calculated averages from six large insurance carriers (Allstate, Geico, Farmers, Nationwide, Progressive and State Farm) to determine…
Jaguar just revealed the R-Sport trim for its XF sedan before its official debut at next week’s Geneva Motor Show.
Jaguar won’t be attending the Geneva Motor Show empty handed this year. Instead, it plans to debut the XFR-S Sportbrake.
The Jaguar XFR-S Sportbrake has leaked, and it’s one hot wagon that won’t be making its way to North America anytime soon.
A Jaguar F-Type Targa model is under consideration according to the British automaker’s design head, Ian Callum.
Welcome to 2014! Apparently in Chinese Astrology it’s the year of the “wood horse” but let’s hope this timber pony can canter away and carry the auto industry to continuing sales success. Which brands drove away with buckets of cash and which ones took a tumble down the stairs? Let’s take a peek at last…
Jaguar is developing a turbocharged four-cylinder engine and is currently using the F-Type as a prototype for the new powerplant.
Did you ever notice that many Hollywood villains are played by British actors? Jaguar has, and is celebrating this British bad guy culture with its spot for the upcoming Super Bowl.
AutoGuide’s spy photographers have grabbed some new photos of the facelifted Jaguar XJ during cold weather testing.
Winter’s frosty chill may have a death-grip on much of the Northern hemisphere but frigid temperatures and interminably gray skies aren’t going to prevent us from thinking on the bright side.
Jaguar has announced new details on its upcoming sports sedan, which will go on sale in 2015.
This past week, Lexus revealed its RC F sports car, which will make its official debut at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show. Automotive enthusiasts didn’t have to wait for the show to kick off however, as we got a first look video of the RC F at AutoGuide.com. Our other most watched videos of the week…
The numbers are in, figures tabulated and Champaign corks popped. It’s a brand-new year and 2013 is forever in the rear-view mirror. New-vehicle sales for December have finally been reported. Overall deliveries were pretty flat across the board. Roughly 2,600 vehicles separate last month’s performance from the same period in 2012. Cold, snowy weather kept…
The U.S. auto industry is kicking back as 2013 draws to a close, if only for a brief moment, to revel in its best year since 2007.
It has been another busy year at the AutoGuide office. Once again we have driven and evaluated hundreds of cars this year ranging from the Mitsubishi Mirage to the Dodge Ram to the Rolls Royce Ghost. We love testing cars and will test anything we can get our hands on. However, every once in a…
It won’t be long until Jaguar offers a host of products designed to compete more directly with German luxury brands.