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Jaguar's next XJ could rival Porsche Panamera in design and performance

Jaguar looks to have commenced work on the next generation XJ, with a source close to Jaguar suggesting the brand is in the process of confirming drivetrains and styling for the car ahead of a launch date around 2019 or 2020. The current Jaguar XJ, which has been on sale since 2009, pushed the brand forward in terms of technology — and especially in body construction...

2016 Jaguar XJ recalled for airbag fix

Jaguar has issued a recall for seven vehicles from its 2016 model-year XJ line over concerns the airbag may not fully deploy in a collision. According to the British car maker, a malformed canister could affect the driver’s airbag performance. The airbag may not meet the required specification for inflating time as a result...

Jaguar XF, XJ, Land Rover Discovery 4, Range Rover, Range Rover Sport recalled

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) Australia has issued a recall for 2169 vehicles, affecting several models fitted with the company’s 3.0-litre TDV6 turbo-diesel engine over concerns it could cut out or not start...

Medium/large cars coming in 2016

Medium/large cars coming in 2016 Mainstream medium/large cars Ford Falcon XR Sprint – Q1 Skoda Superb – Q1 Volkswagen Passat Alltrack – Q1 Subaru Levorg – mid 2016 Hyundai / Genesis G80 rebranding – late 2016/early 2017 Luxury medium/large cars Audi A4 sedan – February Audi A4 Avant – March/April Infiniti Q70 update – February Jaguar XF – February Lexus GS F – February BMW 750i/750iL – March Jaguar XJ – March BMW 330e – May BMW M4 GTS – June Audi RS6 Avant Performance, RS7 Sportback Performance – Q2 Mercedes-Benz S-Class Plug-in – Q2 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Plug-in – Q2 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupe – Q2 Jaguar XE update (infotainment) – first half Audi S8 Plus – mid 2016 Mercedes-Benz S-Class Cabriolet – Q3 Infiniti Q60 – Q4 Mercedes-Benz E-Class – Q4 Volvo S90 – Q4 BMW 3 Series GT update – second half BMW 4 Series update – second half Infiniti Q50 update – second half Audi S4 sedan and Avant – late 2016 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Cabriolet – late 2016/early 2017...

Jaguar gears up for massive global growth

Jaguar, in the midst of a hyper-sized expansion and overhaul of its model range, is on the precipice of significant volume growth over the next few years. It’s not simply enough, says the company, to widen its range of offerings on the back of shared architectures, and to return the focus to on-road dynamism above everything else...

2016 Jaguar XJ update revealed

An updated Jaguar XJ was unveiled overnight with a few minor aesthetic fiddles, a new 3.0-litre turbo-diesel V6 and the company's latest infotainment system. Visually, the XJ features full LED headlights, revised graphics for the tail-lights, and a slightly larger and bolder grille. Spearheading the revised range is an updated 3.0-litre turbo-diesel V6...

Jaguar XJ: facelifted luxury flagship spied

A mildly facelifted Jaguar XJ has been spied testing in the UK, confirming the luxury British marque is readying a mid-life update for its flagship sedan. Spotted by CarAdvice’s spy photographers wearing light camouflage, the Jaguar XJ test car is distinguished from the existing production model by its smoother front bumper; smaller, narrower grille; and larger front air intakes...

2014 Jaguar XJ gets more features, revised ride comfort

A series of enhancements have been announced for the 2014 Jaguar XJ range, with the focus on increasing the level of luxury and refinement the flagship limousine offers. Most significant is the inclusion of powered airline-style individually reclining rear seats with a massage function (Wave/Rolling, Lumbar and Shoulder) and leather-surfaced fold-out business tables for long-wheelbase models...

Jaguar XJR: high-performance luxury flagship returns

The Jaguar XJR has been officially unveiled ahead of its public debut at tomorrow's 2013 New York motor show. The introduction of the new-generation Jaguar XJR sees the high-performance nameplate – first launched in 1994 – return to the XJ line-up after a four-year hiatus...

Jaguar says more mileage left in the internal combustion engine

Jaguar is keen to develop the internal combustion engine further, believing more can be achieved with existing models. Following this week’s decision by Jaguar to abandon its C-X75 hybrid supercar project, the British company has told CarAdvice that it sees life yet in the traditional powerplant...

Jaguar XF and XJ gain all-wheel drive

The Jaguar XF sedan and Jaguar XJ limo will gain all-wheel-drive variants as part of a 2013 model year update, though Australian buyers will miss out as the models are being produced for left-hand-drive markets only. Jaguar says the AWD XF and XJ are focussed “on consumer demand in colder climates such as the US, Russia and Europe”...