Jaguar literally launched its 2018 E-Pace compact crossover earlier this month in London, conducting the Guinness Book of World Records’ farthest production vehicle barrel roll. Lest you think the whole thing was somehow faked, here’s a video showing the lengths Jaguar went to pull it off. And yes, there’s a roofless…
Jaguar has introduced a new high-performance model of its XJ sedan with the XJR575, which has been painted to look like a submarine. It can now max out at 186 mph in just 44 seconds, which is pretty quick for a submarine.
Have you see the new Honda Civic Type R? The amount of fake, solid, cross-hatched plastic doubling for air intakes (and outtakes?) on that thing is horrendous and ungainly. There’s a better way to do it.
I’m close to accepting the crossover takeover. I’m close. Like with the revival in high-waisted pants, I’ve accepted that I have no control over the matter. But damn do cars like the 2017 Jaguar E-Pace make it hard.
The Jaguar XE is a pretty good, competitively priced compact sedan. Give it to Jag’s Special Vehicle Operations and you get a limited edition 600 horsepower compact sedan that costs a whopping $192,200.
Smallish vehicles with SUV pretenses and hatchback heritage, which we know and love as “crossovers,” are printing money for automakers and Jaguar wants in. Behold the 2018 Jaguar E-Pace, which appears to be like a Porsche Macan, but British.
If you want a 590 horsepower supercharged 5.0-liter V8 sedan with all-wheel-drive and you like how the Jaguar XE looks, there’s now a car for you.
After just recently entering the crossover game, Jaguar is already fast on track to produce one of the first genuinely attractive electric crossover offerings with the Jaguar I-Pace in a market finally heating up in the looks department.
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The Jaguar Pirana Concept was what happened when you let the guy who designed the Miura and Countach get his hands on an E-Type.
Remember when Jaguar design chief Ian Callum said they were no longer going to focus on wagons because everyone wants SUVs? Callum knows his stuff, but I’m glad he was wrong about this one. Not only is the new XF Sportbrake happening, it is coming to America.
Listen, I’m gonna let you in on a little secret. Little bit of “insider industry knowledge,” if you will. The Jaguar F-Type, while delightful, has V8 variants that are simply too much. The 550 horsepower F-Type R is overkill, and the 575 HP F-Type SVR is extra overkill. The supercharged V6 F-Types are the sweet spot,…
Of all the modifications one can make to a vehicle, an engine swap is the most interesting because it is the most radically transformative. It’s akin to a heart transplant, except all too often the procedure is carried out by a mad scientist rather than by a skilled surgeon.
What you are looking at may be my favorite new car I’ve driven to date: the 2017 Jaguar F-Type S Coupe. It’s luxurious. It’s powerful. It will provide hours of joy trying to nail the perfect downshift, as it comes with three pedals as God intended sports cars to have. Look at it. If that’s not drop-dead gorgeous to…
Vintage Jaguar engines have such a reputation for breakdowns that it’s not uncommon to see ones with engine swaps. Most people go with brutally simple American V8s in their place. One shop in the UK decided to go in the opposite direction.
There’s a reason the Maserati GranTurismo has looked the same for the past decade: because when you have a design that sexy, you don’t screw with it. Jaguar’s F-Type is in the same boat with its gorgeous profile, gaping wide grille and sleek headlights. But Jaguar has updated it for 2018, also with a more powerful…
I’ll give 2016 credit for this, at least: the cars sure were good. Among the best sports cars that dropped this year were the Corvette Grand Sport, boasting a mighty all-American naturally aspirated 460 horsepower, and the Jaguar F-Type SVR, a supercharged loud noises machine with 575 horses. So which is better?