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The luxury auto maker was founded as the Swallow Sidecar Company in Blackpool in 1922, changing to SS Cars Ltd in 1934 in Coventry, and finally becoming Jaguar Cars Ltd in 1945. Following several subsequent changes of ownership since the 1960s, the company is now owned by India's Tata Motors, who acquired it from Ford in June of 2008.
Jaguar Sedan Reviews
With a new chassis, new engines and an all-new look Jaguar’s flagship sedan blends the best of the European continent with a classically British feel.
When it comes to high-powered luxury sedans, you don’t have to choose German. Jaguar’s XF Supercharged model makes 420 horsepower from a supercharged V-8 engine. And with a subtle and sophisticated look, finally the British have a powerful alternative.
Jaguar Luxury Car Reviews
The Jaguar XJL carries an air of refinement that it passes on to driver and passenger.
Jaguar Sports Car Reviews
By adding a roof and more power, Jaguar creates a future classic with the F-Type R Coupe.
Jaguar is launching a coupe variant of its already scorching F-Type convertible. Is this enough to keep the British brand’s momentum going?
Jaguar Convertible Reviews
The XK has come to the end of the road and will cease production at year’s end. At least a trio of hot RS models won’t let us soon forget it.
The XK-R leads a double life as an elegant grand touring car and a raucous V8 brute.
The F-Type is so good and so fast that its closest rival is the Porsche Cayman S. Just how close these two are may surprise you.
Jaguar News View All Jaguar News
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. The firm wants to expand its global footprint and of course America is a critical market. A plant on this side of the Atlantic would... more
Ever want to get behind the wheel of a classic Jaguar? The British automaker has announced the Jaguar Heritage Driving Experience, which will offer the public the opportunity to experience iconic Jaguar models such as the D- and E-Type classics. Based at the automaker’s 200-acre Fen End test facility in the West Midlands, the vehicles... more
Jaguar needs a series of slam-dunks to meet demanding growth goals outlined by its top management. “[A] smaller crossover is an opportunity for the biggest growth. That’s the area that’s really exploding. Between that and the compact sedan segment, those are two big areas of white space for [Jaguar] that will provide the volume that’s... more
Jaguar has taken to one of world’s most grueling race tracks to test its upcoming XF model. Our spy photographers nabbed some shots of the upcoming XF testing on the Nurburgring today. The car is still clad in camouflage, though the design looks like an evolution of the current model and seems to be borrowing some cues from... more
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. This car, set to take on the BMW 3 Series and Mercedes C-Class is setting a priority on its driving dynamics. It’s expected to be lighter than... more
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. Completely new from the ground... more