Classics Jaguar MK X

For many years, the lines of big Jaguar sedans has remained practically unchanged, from MK VII to MK VIII and the following MK IX, there only have been a few aesthetic changes, so it was necessary to make a turn with a completely new model. After the success achieved in Geneva in March, with the … [Read more…]

Jaguar F-type R Coupe AWD

OCCASIONALLY, IF I’VE got a lot of travelling to do, I’ll buy a Jack Reacher novel I know they’re not Dickens or Booker Prize-winning, but by golly they’re page-turners and immensely enjoyable if you like a good yarn; easy to pickup, hard to put down and something of a guilty pleasure. Sometimes you don’t want … [Read more…]

Jaguar I-Pace Preview

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It’s been less than 10 years since Jaguar stopped building the self-consciously retrostyled S-type sedan. You remember, the car with a grille exactly the shape of a wallmounted urinal?

Jaguar And Its Luxury Sports Car Revolution

DESPITE the best efforts of ultra-disruptor and leading Silicon Valley iconoclast Elon Musk, the fully electric vehicle has always suffered from two major problems. The first, and worst, was “range anxiety”. Even the Tesla Model S that once borrowed – and loved, by the way despite a lifelong addiction to internal combustion -left me crawling … [Read more…]

Fast Review For Jaguar F-Type SVR Convertible

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Usually, the enthusiast should buy the hard-top version of a sports car. Better handling, bit cooler, usually cheaper. But the F-Type SVR Convertible bucks that trend. Because when an exhaust emits the same sound as the Corvettes at Le Mans, you want as much of that to reach your lugs as possible. Even if you … [Read more…]

I-Pace Opens The Doors of Electricity For Jaguar

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Half of all Jaguar Land Rover vehicles will be offered with hybrid or electric powertrains within five years, company chief Ralf Speth has pledged. In the wake of the launch of the Jaguar I-Pace battery electric vehicle, which has been described by Jaguar design boss Ian Callum as being as significant as the E-Type, the … [Read more…]