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Jaguar originally produced motorcycle sidecars in 1922 in the UK, however launched the first car in 1931 having a reputation for premium sports cars. Currently under the ownership of Indian owned Tata Motors (previously Ford), they offer 4 models to Australia; the X-Type, XK, XF and the new XJ. Jaguar is going through a period of reinvention as it begins to regain marketshare and win back customers.
Jaguar XE S: new sports variant revealed

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Jaguar XE S: new sports variant revealed

The face of the sporty Jaguar XE S has been quietly revealed in the latest teaser for the new premium mid-size model. Identified by the ‘S’ badge in the lower left-hand corner of the car’s grille, the XE S also features large lower front-side air intakes with vertical black louvres on their outer edges...

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2015 Jaguar XE to deliver sub-4.0L/100km fuel consumption
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2015 Jaguar XE to deliver sub-4.0L/100km fuel consumption

The all-new Jaguar XE will be at least as fuel efficient as the Toyota Prius when its debuts in September. Jaguar says diesel versions of its forthcoming mid-sized premium model are projected to deliver combined cycle fuel consumption of less than 4.0 litres per 100km. That figure will see the Jaguar XE at least match the famous Japanese hybrid (3...


Jaguar purchases 543 classic cars from dentist James Hull
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Jaguar purchases 543 classic cars from dentist James Hull

Jaguar Land Rover has purchased one of the world's largest classic car collections, totalling 543 automobiles, from British dentist James Hull. The collection naturally contains a large number of Jaguar models, including an XKSS, eight E-Types, numerous C- and D-Types, seven XK 120s, pre-war SS models, 19 XJS models and 20 XJ sedans...


Special one-off Jaguar F-Type R Tour de France support vehicle created
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Special one-off Jaguar F-Type R Tour de France support vehicle created

A special one-off Jaguar F-Type support vehicle has been created for this year's Tour de France. This unique Jaguar F-Type was created specifically for stage 20 of this year's Tour de France. Being an individual time trial stage, where riders set off one-by-one to attack a 55km course, this modified coupe is capable of carrying all the necessary spare parts and support equipment...


2015 Jaguar F-Type R Coupe Review
Rating: 7.510 /10
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2015 Jaguar F-Type R Coupe Review

Alborz Fallah samples the new Jaguar F-Type R Coupe to see if the V8 two-door can match its German rivals on Aussie roads.

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$219,130

Jaguar XF closing sales gap to BMW 5 Series
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Jaguar XF closing sales gap to BMW 5 Series

The Jaguar XF continues to close the gap to the BMW 5 Series in the race to become the second-best selling medium-sized luxury vehicle in Australia. Year-to-date there have been 427 Jaguar XF models sold locally, just 21 fewer than BMW’s 5 Series and 94 units ahead of fourth-place Audi A6 – a big achievement considering the once-dominating trio of Germans...


Jaguar Land Rover’s SVO set to take on AMG, M and RS
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Jaguar Land Rover’s SVO set to take on AMG, M and RS

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR)’s Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) is gearing up to take on the likes of Mercedes-Benz’s AMG, BMW’s M Division and Audi’s RS line, but with a notable difference. SVO, which has so far put SVR badging (R for racing) on its tuned Range Rover Sport we saw at Goodwood last month, will differentiate itself from its German rivals by offering products outside of the mainstream norm...


Jaguar XE: "true driver's car" to debut on September 8
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Jaguar XE: "true driver's car" to debut on September 8

The Jaguar XE will make its international debut in London on September 8. The British manufacturer describes its crucial new rear-/all-wheel-drive rival for the BMW 3 Series and Mercedes-Benz C-Class as “a true driver’s car”, promising “thrilling performance, agile handling and precise, responsive steering, with outstanding levels of refinement”...


Jaguar Virtual Windscreen brings racing lines, ghost cars to real life
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Jaguar Virtual Windscreen brings racing lines, ghost cars to real life

Virtual racing lines and ghost cars could be about to take the leap from video games to reality thanks to the latest concept from Jaguar. The Jaguar Virtual Windscreen concept uses virtual imaging technology to project high-quality graphics across the entire windscreen, giving drivers extra information and an enhanced ‘virtual’ view of the road or racetrack...


Jaguar Land Rover developing 'self-learning car' technology
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Jaguar Land Rover developing 'self-learning car' technology

Jaguar Land Rover is developing ‘self-learning car’ technology that will allow its vehicles to ‘get to know’ their drivers, promising increased comfort and convenience and reduced driver distraction...


Jaguar Land Rover releases technical details of Ingenium engine family
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Jaguar Land Rover releases technical details of Ingenium engine family

Jaguar Land Rover says its all-new turbocharged ‘Ingenium’ petrol and diesel engines will deliver class-leading levels of power, torque and refinement when production begins at its Wolverhampton Manufacturing Centre in the UK early next year. JLR confirmed overnight the first Ingenium engine to go into volume production would be a 2...


Jaguar F-Type Project 7: First product of Special Operations team revealed before Goodwood
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Jaguar F-Type Project 7: First product of Special Operations team revealed before Goodwood

The production version of the Jaguar F-Type Project 7 has been revealed ahead of its public debut at the 2014 Goodwood Festival of Speed. Just 250 F-Type Project 7s will be produced by Jaguar's new Special Operations division, which has been tasked with taking on BMW's M and Mercedes-Benz' AMG divisions, as well as making replicas of classic Jags and creating bespoke vehicles for high net-worth clients...


Jaguar Land Rover Special Operations readies first car for Goodwood
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Jaguar Land Rover Special Operations readies first car for Goodwood

Jaguar Land Rover’s newly-minted Special Operations bespoke and performance arm will show-off its first model at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in the UK between June 26 and 29. Announced earlier this month, Jaguar Land Rover Special Operations is a new division within the company tasked with designing and engineering halo versions of the group’s road cars, plus bespoke commissions from customers and limited-run heritage ‘re-creations’...


Jaguar Land Rover Special Operations: New department to craft bespoke editions, take on AMG
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Jaguar Land Rover Special Operations: New department to craft bespoke editions, take on AMG

Jaguar Land Rover has created a new Special Operations division to cater for bespoke customisation requests, as well as to take on the likes of AMG at Mercedes-Benz and M at BMW. Although the new division sounds like an army unit that would be parachuted into the world's most dangerous locales, Jaguar and Land Rover's new Special Operations division will be staffed by primarily engineers and designers...


2015 Jaguar XE spied at the Nurburgring
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2015 Jaguar XE spied at the Nurburgring

The Jaguar XE has ticked another box in its progression from prototype to finished product, snapped by CarAdvice’s spy photographers undergoing high-speed performance testing at the Nurburgring in Germany. The images surface just days after Jaguar released a unique image of the XE clad with body wrapping teasing the new premium compact model’s aluminium body and underpinnings...


Jaguar XE teased in see-through body wrap ahead of October launch
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Jaguar XE teased in see-through body wrap ahead of October launch

Jaguar has published a picture (above) of its upcoming XE sedan on its Twitter feed, but offered no further details about the car that's expected to debut in October. The new XE will be a size smaller than the XF that currently does battle with BMW 5 Series and Mercedes-Benz E-Class, among others...


Jaguar to recreate 1960s racing glory with new Lightweight E-Types
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Jaguar to recreate 1960s racing glory with new Lightweight E-Types

Six lightweight Jaguar E-Type models, originally intended to be built and raced in 1963, will be newly created in-house by the iconic British marque ahead of a public unveiling later this year. Part of an 18-car Lightweight E-Type project initiated by Jaguar’s competition department back in February 1963 targeting GT racing, the six brand new ‘missing’ Jaguar Lightweight GT E-Types are to be built to the exact specifications of the original 12 cars...


Jaguar F-Type Roadster v Jaguar E-Type Roadster : 21st century sports car v icon
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Jaguar F-Type Roadster v Jaguar E-Type Roadster : 21st century sports car v icon

Heritage can be both an asset and a burden for a modern-day motor vehicle, and for the Jaguar F-Type launched in 2013 the lineage doesn't come much more famous than the E-Type of the 1960s. We've already pitted the Jaguar F-Type Roadster against its contemporary rivals, but it seems only fitting to see how it compares with a model that in its time was regarded as one of the most beautiful sports cars in the world...


Jaguar F-Type Roadster v Jaguar E-Type Roadster back-to-back
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Jaguar F-Type Roadster v Jaguar E-Type Roadster back-to-back

David Zalstein rides shotgun with the proud owner of a 1972 Series III Jaguar E-Type Roadster to find out just how the new Jaguar F-Type Roadster compares.


Jaguar says rear-wheel drive for sports cars is better than all-wheel drive
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Jaguar says rear-wheel drive for sports cars is better than all-wheel drive

A leading executive of Jaguar’s powertrain team has told CarAdvice the brand won’t pursue all-wheel drive for its performance cars. At the launch of the new Jaguar F-Type Coupe the company’s technical specialist for performance and drivability attributes, Tim Clark, told CarAdvice that all-wheel drive wouldn’t form a part of the brand’s plans for its faster models despite key rivals turning to the technology in order to increase the usable power of their models...


Jaguar rules out turbocharging for performance models
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Jaguar rules out turbocharging for performance models

Jaguar will stick with supercharging for its high performance models and sports cars, rather than follow the majority of its luxury rivals in opting for downsized turbocharged engines. Speaking with CarAdvice at the launch of the new F-Type Coupe, Jaguar’s technical specialist for performance and drivability attributes, Tim Clark, said turbocharging is not something the brand is currently investigating for its faster models...


Jaguar F-Type Coupe Review
Rating: 810 /10
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Jaguar F-Type Coupe Review

Matt Campbell drives the new hard-top version of Jaguar's new sports car hero in Spain.

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Jaguar XK : No replacement expected for several years, if ever
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Jaguar XK : No replacement expected for several years, if ever

The Jaguar XK is dead, and it doesn't look likely to be resurrected anytime soon. It was recently announced that the V8-powered Jaguar XK coupe would cease production within months, and while the news may have brought a tear to the eye of Jaguar purists, the brand says it has other priorities right now...


2015 Jaguar XE to feature F-Type engine
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2015 Jaguar XE to feature F-Type engine

The much-anticipated 2015 Jaguar XE has been confirmed to be offered with at least one engine borrowed from the brand's F-Type range. The all-new Jaguar XE - which was teased by the British brand at the Geneva motor show in March and is set to go on sale globally by mid-2015 - has been confirmed to be offered with the company's 3...


Luxury brands need to offer crossovers/SUVs - Jaguar
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Luxury brands need to offer crossovers/SUVs - Jaguar

The Jaguar C-X17 concept is still to be confirmed officially for production, though the British brand has admitted luxury car makers can’t afford to omit an SUV-style vehicle from its line-up. Jaguar is showcasing the high-riding C-X17 in Australia this week, six months after the company unveiled the high-riding model at the 2013 Frankfurt motor show...


Jaguar F-Type Roadster's new custom boot bag took 900 hours to create
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Jaguar F-Type Roadster's new custom boot bag took 900 hours to create

The Jaguar F-Type Roadster has been roasted by critics far and wide for its tiny, oddly shaped cargo hold - but a new boot bag from French designer Moynat could change all that. For the uninitiated, the F-Type's boot is largely occupied by its spare wheel, making for an awkward 196-litre capacity that is split on either side of the central spare (see below)...


Jaguar could go smaller than XE, bigger than C-X17
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Jaguar could go smaller than XE, bigger than C-X17

Jaguar isn’t ruling out vehicles smaller than the 2015 XE luxury medium car or bigger than the C-X17 crossover expected in 2016 as it continues its product expansion. The British luxury brand revealed its first image of the new XE that will rival the Mercedes-Benz C-Class and BMW 3 Series at this month’s Geneva motor show...


Jaguar XK production to end in 2014
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Jaguar XK production to end in 2014

The Jaguar XK will be no more by the end of 2014, according to overseas reports. The fate of the British brand's two-door grand tourer was announced at an event at the Geneva motor show, and UK publication Autocar reports Jaguar made the decision to renew its focus on the recently introduced F-Type range and the upcoming XE small sedan...


Jaguar XF Sportbrake plans canned for Australia again
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Jaguar XF Sportbrake plans canned for Australia again

Jaguar Australia has performed a double backflip on its decision to sell the Jaguar XF Sportbrake, stating it will not offer the premium large wagon in our market after all. Originally off the table for our market when released in 2012, Jaguar Australia reversed its position in June 2013, announcing plans to sell the XF Sportbrake on a special order basis...


Jaguar XE : model name confirmed for 2015 3 Series rival
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Jaguar XE : model name confirmed for 2015 3 Series rival

The Jaguar XE has been confirmed as the model name for the British luxury brand’s upcoming rival to the BMW 3 Series and Mercedes-Benz C-Class. The XE, which European media had speculated would be called XS, will sit below the XF and XJ in Jaguar’s passenger car line-up when it goes on sale globally from mid 2015...