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2016 Jaguar XE-S is released, it’s almost like they care again.

While BMW slowly dribbles into luxurious obscurity with the front wheel drive 1 series, Motorsport edition SUVs, and a second round of the 4-door M3, Jaguar quietly popped out a traditional sport sedan at Earl’s Court. Though Jag made several half-hearted attempts at a second rung sedan, the poorly rebadged and built Ford Mondeo of the early aughts […]

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Report: Jaguar to produce 489bhp XE SVR to duke it out with BMW M3

Jaguar is serious about competing against Germany, Japan and America. They’re so serious in fact, Britain’s AutoExpress recently heard of a possible new M3 fighter from the Coventry-based automaker. According to the report, the model would take form as an XE SVR, based on the new BMW 3-Series fighter due from Jaguar in the near future. […]

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The Jaguar F-Type Project 7 debuts stateside at Pebble Beach, priced at $165k

Jaguar once introduced a new conceptual version of the F-Type last year at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, paying tribute to the wonderful and classic D-Type. At this year’s Festival gathering Jaguar introduced a production version of the F-Type Project 7 Concept and this past weekend at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, the Coventry-based automaker […]

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Video: Watch XCAR go through four generations of Jaguar sports cars

Jaguar is a formidable producer of some of the most lustful sports cars ever made in history, despite also having a knack for making some of the most luxurious as well. But to refresh our memories as to what exactly made the Coventry-based automaker so famous, Britain’s XCAR released a new video that overviews some of the […]

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Jaguar-Land Rover want to produce a car with fully adaptive car settings w/ video

Jaguar-Land Rover is on a tech binge in an effort to continue catapulting the brand into the future instead of hanging on to its rich heritage to the point of being too retro–like some of their recent models of years past. As a result, JLR revealed what appears to be a fully adaptive navigation system […]

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Video: Jaguar plans to up the ante in the tech depot with intensive HUDs

Jaguar seems to want to up its game in the tech department by becoming a leader. Following the announcement of a new engine family from the Coventry-based automaker, Jaguar revealed what they call Jaguar Virtual Windscreen, and it’s exactly what it sounds like. The system is described as a seriously intensive, all-windshield covered heads-up display […]

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Jaguar details new BMW 3-Series fighter, the XE, to be revealed in Sept.

Jaguar is preparing a highly-anticipated compact entry-level sedan to compete directly with the BMW 3-Series along with the Mercedes-Benz C-Class, the Audi A4, the Lexus IS, and the Cadillac ATS. Now, the Coventry-based automaker has just released some details as well as a confirmed launch date for the new sedan. Described to be a “true […]

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Report: Jaguar releases details on new family of engines, called Ingenium

Jaguar is really taking marketing seriously as Road&Track recently received the scoop on the Coventry-based automaker’s new family line of engines, which they colloquially call Ingenium. Now, that sounds like the sort of weapons-grade stuff that the latest and greatest Bond villain would use to threaten the world’s decimation with–in other words, it sounds pretty bad […]

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Report: Jaguar working on more limited edition models

Word in the pipeline via AutoCar is that Jaguar is planning some new limited edition models following the establishment of their Special Vehicle Operations division. Recently, another report hinted that Jag is working on a lightweight high-performance version of the F-Type to better compete against the variants of the Porsche 911 as well. After speaking with […]

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Report: Jaguar may be planning a lighter F-Type

AutoExpress reports that Jaguar might be preparing an even lighter F-Type, which could only mean that a more track-focused version of the F-Type is in the works. As a direct competitor to the Porsche 911, this makes complete and perfect sense as the F-Type’s arch rival, the Porsche 911, as its own selection of variants, […]

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