After confirming that there would be an all-wheel drive version of the Jaguar XJ, CEO Adrian Hallmark also confirmed future product plans, including a smaller sedan and a hotter version of the XFR. Jaguar hasn’t elaborated on their plans for a new small car, but such a vehicle will be crucial for them to expand… Continue Reading...
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The 2012 Jaguar XF seen in the above spy shot may not look too different from the existing car, but the improvements you can’t see are what caught our attention. Jaguar claims that this XF is motivated by a 2.2L 4-cylinder diesel engine making 187 horsepower and 322 lb-ft of torque, while delivering about 52… Continue Reading...
If you own a 2010 model Jaguar XF sedan or XK sports car, this would be of interest to you. Jaguar North America has just issued a recall which affects 6085 vehicles, over a potential corrosion problem with the power steering system. In a statement filed with the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA),… Continue Reading...
A fascinating interview with Jaguar‘s Adrian Hallmark, that appeared in Automobile Magazine, gave some key insights into Jaguar’s future, and the rapid changes in the auto industry that have taken place in the latter half of the 2000’s. Hallmark, formerly of the VW Group (where he was posted at Bentley) and Saab, discusses not only… Continue Reading...
Jaguar is adding a little sport to its luxury XF sedan with a new Black Pack trim package. The package outfits the XF with a set of 20-inch Draco wheels in a dark gray finish along with a ton of black accents. The grille and window surrounds are redone in a gloss black with the… Continue Reading...
Rumors have been circulating that Jaguar is going to bring a new concept to the Paris Auto Show, dubbed the C-X75 – and that’s all the information we have. Despite a supposed rollout of new product, including a small sports car and a BMW 3-Series rival, the C-X75 will be a design study first and… Continue Reading...
Jaguar debuted an XF sedan that utilizes a new type of hybrid system, one that recaptures energy through a mechanical flywheel rather than a battery system. Dubbed Flywheel Hybrid System for Premium Vehicles(FHSPV), the new technology is being developed with engineering powerhouses like Ricardo, Prodrive and Xtrac, who all have significant experience developing parts for… Continue Reading...
Jaguar is hoping to capitalize on the success of their new XJ sedan by facelifting their XF mid-size sedan to incorporate a similar fascia to the XJ (pictured above), which will also resemble the C-XF concept car that was the genesis for the XF. The XF will retain its current shape, and won’t adopt the… Continue Reading...
Stephanie Rice, a 22 year old Australian swimmer who endorses Jaguar products in her home country, was let go after she tweeted a homophobic slur in response to Australia’s victory over South Africa in a rugby match. Rice, who had been given a Jaguar XF as part of her sponsorship package, will have to return… Continue Reading...
Jaguar Recalls XF and XK Models With 5.0L Engines Over Fuel Pump Malfunction; It’s Deja Vu All Over Again
In an echo of eras past, Jaguar is recalling their XF sedan and XK coupe for a faulty fuel pump that may cause the engine to unexpectedly die. The problem occurs only on cars with the 5.0L V8, and is caused by the fuel pump not activating due to the fuel pump relay not properly… Continue Reading...
India’s Tata Motors is back in the black after rising demand for the Land Rover and Jaguar cars, as well demand in India for Tata products. The Tata group posted an overall profit of $543 million, compared to last year’s loss of $535 million. Tata was able to beat analyst expectations of a $321 million… Continue Reading...
While our most popular sedan-based racing series involves only left turns, Europe has a long, storied history of touring car racing, where pumped up sedans go head to head on some of the world’s most famous tracks. British automaker Jaguar is hoping to get into the action with a new touring car of its own…. Continue Reading...