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Jaguar could go all-electric - report

Jaguar Land Rover management is reportedly considering a radical plan to transform Jaguar into an electric-only luxury car brand. With the XE, XF and F-Pace down by between 17 to 25 per cent, poor sales are causing serious headaches at Jaguar headquarters, as management grapples with plans for its next generation of vehicles...

Jaguar Land Rover: Slow sales force two-week plant closure

Jaguar Land Rover will close its Solihull factory for two weeks from October 22, on the back of falling demand in the Chinese market. The British carmaker saw sales in China fall 46.2 per cent in September. The company blamed tariff changes and the ongoing trade war with the US as the main factors in the decline. Jaguar Land Rover's global sales in September were down 12...

Jaguar XJR575 killed in Europe by WLTP

Jaguar has quietly killed the most powerful model in its XJ line-up – the XJR 575 – in Europe, due to more stringent World harmonised Light vehicle Testing Procedure (WLTP) regulations. Despite only being released last year, Auto Express reports the XJR 575’s low production numbers mean that it was not cost-effective for Jaguar to homologate it to meet the new test procedure...

Jaguar Land Rover to celebrate multiple anniversaries in Paris

Jaguar Land Rover will celebrate two milestones at the Paris motor show next week, with Jaguar celebrating 50 years since the introduction of its XJ saloon, and Land Rover celebrating 70 years since the company’s foundation. To mark half a century of XJ production, Jaguar will send a convoy of eight cars from its Castle Bromwich manufacturing plant to Paris, each representing a generation of the model...

2019 Jaguar XE spied

The facelifted Jaguar XE has been snapped by photographers during development testing, ahead of an anticipated debut early next year. Despite the heavy camouflage, we can see the overall shape of the mid-sized sedan won't change a heap, with the front and rear ends the main areas for revision. The headlights up front look slimmer and appear to sport a new LED daytime-running light signature...

Luxury EV comparison: Six SUV challengers square off

The electric car revolution is finally becoming a reality, and not just at the fringes of the car industry. Tesla obviously got the jump on making EVs cool, and deserves some plaudits for it. But now the market's mature, luxury brands are making their moves, spending tens of billions of dollars in the process...

Jaguar Land Rover turns to 'virtual eyes' for self-driving pods

Small nods to pedestrians, waves for polite drivers and high-beam flashes to warn of impending speed cameras are all part of the fabric making our road system work. They're also beyond reach for cars without an empathetic human behind the wheel. To help self-driving pods better communicate with the world around them, Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has turned to a set of (terrifying) virtual eyes...

Jaguar I-Pace gets five-year warranty - UPDATE

Jaguar Australia has announced the I-Pace electric SUV will be backed by a five-year/200,000km warranty Down Under when it arrives in local showrooms in November, bolstered by extended servicing and roadside assistance programs. On top of the five-year factory cover, Jaguar says the I-Pace's battery pack is also covered by an eight-year, 160,000 kilometre warranty...

Audi RS3 vs Jaguar I-Pace drag race - video

Internal combustion or electric power – which is quicker? Tesla has highlighted how hard electric vehicles can accelerate, but Jaguar has taken a slightly different approach with the I-Pace, shying away from bonkers 0-100km/h times. For now, anyway. With a handy 294kW and 680Nm on tap, the first all-electric Jaguar has exactly the same amount of power as the Audi RS3...

Jaguar XF joins Takata recall

Jaguar Land Rover Australia has added the first-generation XF (model code X250, pre- and post-facelift) to the ever-growing list of cars included in the Takata airbag recall. As with all cars included in the Takata recall, a combination of heat and humidity can make the airbag propellant degrade over time...

Jaguar C-Pace name registered in Europe

Jaguar has filed a trademark application for the C-Pace name with the European Union Intellectual Property Office, suggesting another British SUV could be on the way. Quite where the new potential new model might fit into the Jaguar range isn't clear. The British marque currently fields two traditional crossover models: the F-Pace and the E-Pace...