Jaguar Car News, Photos & Videos
By Jon Derrickson on June 25, 2018
Elon Musk and his army of Tesla engineers have been dominating the e-car space as of late, as the brand have revolutionized the industry. No longer do people turn their noses up at the thought of an electric car, because now they’re thought of as a must-have luxury asset.
By Zlatan Stankovic on December 21, 2017
Inspired by James Bond movie Jaguar E-Pace earned a Guinness World Record for its new model completing the furthest ever barrel roll jump in a production vehicle.
By Zlatan Stankovic on October 19, 2017
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By Jon Derrickson on June 7, 2013
The all new Jaguar F-TYPE continues to get rave reviews by those who have driven it. One such review was posted by Autoexpress.co.uk who gave the F-TYPE S 5 stars calling it "stunning" and "wonderfully engaging."
By Jon Derrickson on April 8, 2013
Finally unveiled at the 2013 New York Auto Show, the 2014 Jaguar XKR-S's stunning design is not limited to its new sporty black trim on white paint job with 20 in. black rims contrasted by yellow brake calipers.
By Jon Derrickson on March 22, 2013
Jaguar announced that it is expanding its XJR lineup with a new 2014 Jaguar XJR Sedan. The new XJR will debut at the international auto show in New York this year. We don't have all the details yet on this new model, but it has been reported to have a supercharged 5.0-liter V8 engine with 542 HP.
By Brittany Cermak on January 28, 2013
Jaguar currently sells three models in the United States—the XF, XJ, and XK (pictured above). Soon, the British automaker will introduce its F-Type sports car to the mix. Intended to succeed Jaguar’s E-Type, which is generally considered to be one of the most iconic sports cars of the 1960’s, the F-Type will start at $69,000. While that price would put the F-Type near the top of a lot of other luxury automaker’s lineups, the upcoming sports car’s starting MSRP is higher than only the $46,975 starting MSRP of Jaguar’s entry-level XF sedan. With that in mind, it’s not surprising that Jaguar’s global brand director recently told Automotive News that the automaker is hoping to improve brand accessibility and boost sales with a return to the compact segment.