Tag Archives: Jaguar XJ

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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Jaguar introduces some minor changes to the 2014 XJ

Jaguar has announced some new changes to its XJ flagship sedan for the 2014 model year. Majority of the previous model year’s kit and caboodle carries over with the addition of a new 18-inch wheel option and interior updates. All models benefit from the standardization of soft-close doors and the new wheels, though the interior […]

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Report: Jaguar spills the details on seven new models due in the coming years

AutoCarUk recently received the scoop on Jaguar’s plans for the next few years, all of which apparently include the launch of seven new models. The first in 2014, is the coupe version of the much-anticpated Jaguar F-Type, which is described to be the buy word for the F-Type model, more so than the convertible. It […]

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Report: Jaguar’s Ian Callum nullifies the rumor of “two different body styles” for next-gen XJ flagship

After rumors and initial reports have circulated around suggesting that Jaguar was planning to produce two different body styles of its Jaguar XJ flagship sedan—with one being “classically” influenced from XJs of the past, made specifically for China, and the other being an evolution of the current and far more modern looking XJ for the […]

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Report: Next generation Jaguar XJ might get two body styles…?

Jaguar might be adding a little twist to things for the next generation XJ flagship sedan where the Coventry-based firm might produce two new body styles: one modern, and one old-school. Edmunds reportedly has the scoop on the new plan where the new “modern” XJ will maintain the current’s fastback style while the “old-school” goes…well, […]

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Report: Land Rover to use all-aluminum unibodies on upcoming models, LR4 successor revives Discovery name, diesel-hybrid Range Rover on the way

Land Rover is fully aware that their SUVs are a bit porky. But they are brilliantly engineered and in many synonymous ways, are the Ferraris of the SUV world. That said, the small British SUV/crossover maker had decided to acknowledge the Range Rover’s weight issue by building it using all-aluminum unibodies. Now, they reportedly want […]

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2013 New York: Jaguar unveils 2014 XJR performance sedan on the Interwebs ahead of New York floor debut w/ video [UPDATE]

Following the teaser that Jaguar released, which marked the return of the high-performance XJR executive sedan, Jaguar had decided to pull the virtual sheets off of its latest 2014 XJR ahead of its full New York debut. “This XJR is the flagship XJ and I’m delighted we’ve got it back into the range,” said Jaguar’s […]

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Jaguar teases new XJR ahead of NY debut, to be the most focused, agile, and responsive XJ ever made

Those who’ve kept a keen eye out on Jaguar’s flagship selection, the XJ, would duly note that the lineup is missing one very key variant: the balls-out XJR sport model. The XJR has been a staple for the XJ lineup since the introduction of the first road-going supercharged model in 1994, beginning with the first […]

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2002 Jaguar XJ Sport X308

Flashback Review: 2002 Jaguar “X308″ XJ Sport, a bittersweet experience

As some of you readers have learned through egmCarTech’s first flashback review, my first car was a 1994 Mercedes-Benz W124 E320 Coupe and I absolutely loved it to death. But an unfortunate string of events happened and as a result, the Benz was sent off to the proverbial junkyard in the sky. So naturally, many […]

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Report: Jaguar prioritizing BMW 3-Series contender, no crossovers or FWD

Jaguar is working hard to tighten its aim on luxury segment. But in order for them to truly succeed, Jaguar needs to supplement more offerings in its lineup. Because, let’s face it: Jaguar is not really going to succeed in one of the most highly competitive markets without having models to contribute to many of […]

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