Jaguar Land Rover is putting its Special Operations division to work.
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
Baseball, apple pie and God Save the Queen. What is this blasphemy? Well, British auto-making duo Jaguar Land Rover is supposedly looking to open a factory in the United States.
Ever want to get behind the wheel of a classic Jaguar?
Jaguar needs a series of slam-dunks to meet demanding growth goals outlined by its top management.
Jaguar has taken to one of world’s most grueling race tracks to test its upcoming XF model.
The all new Jaguar XE Sedan has prowled into Paris, offering us a good look of the entry-level offering that will be hitting dealerships in the near future.
Remember the X-Type? Lucky for Jaguar, most people don’t. A half-baked rebranding of a Ford product, the ill-fated attempt at a compact luxury sedan in the early 2000s never caught on. But Jaguar is back with a new compact sedan, the XE. And this time, it’s a complete in-house design.
Jaguar has given us the best look yet of its all-new XE sedan.
Details of the new Jaguar XE are trickling out and while it was known that a diesel engine would be available for international customers, it’s now being reported that the diesel powerplant will be available when the car launches in the US.
Jaguar has released more details on its new Ingenium engine family ahead of this year’s Paris Motor Show.
Jaguar is doing some hot weather testing for it all-new XF model out in Southern Europe.
Sitting on an all-new scalable platform with a new aluminum-intensive unibody, the new Jaguar XE sedan has finally been revealed.
If you want to be one of the very first people in the world to see the new Jaguar XE and learn all about it, you’ve come to the right place.
Two very interesting comparisons are due this week, don’t miss our super-sedan shoot-out and hatchback showdown.
Jaguar will reveal its new compact luxury sedan next week during an event in London, but the company is already letting its IV drip loose.
Like memories of band camp August is dead and buried. Regrettably the eighth month of the year didn’t go quietly; it took summer down with it. Sure, the season’s not officially over but we’re too emotionally devastated about the loss to care. At least new-vehicle sales in the U.S. were strong.
The next-generation Jaguar XF is next on the list to benefit from lightweight aluminum.
The upcoming Jaguar XE will have a range of four-cylinder engine options, but it looks like a V8 will also be on the list.
When the Jaguar XE sports sedan arrives later this year it will bring with it a new era of infotainment for the brand.
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Jaguar Land Rover is putting on an impressive show at this year’s Pebble Beach Automotive Week.
For just under $166,000, you could own the most powerful and strangest looking Jaguar F-Types yet.
The wildest looking and fastest Jaguar F-Type yet will be available in the United States, though it won’t come cheap.
Jaguar finally released details for the six lightweight E-Type models that will complete the previously planned production run.