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Jaguar Land Rover UK launches subscription service

Jaguar Land Rover has launched Carpe, an annual subscription service aimed at high mileage drivers. The service is being run by InMotion Ventures, a Jaguar Land Rover offshoot experimenting in mobility schemes, car and ride sharing, and financial services...

Land Rover Discovery production moving to Slovakia from 2019

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) will move production of its Discovery SUV to Slovakia from early next year, the company has confirmed this week, in a bid to prepare its Solihull, UK, facility for a new generation of electric vehicles (EVs)...

2019 Jaguar E-Pace updated with new engine, bound for Oz

Jaguar has announced a handful of updates for the E-Pace, including a new entry-level petrol engine and adaptive suspension, for the European market. UPDATE, 11:51am: Jaguar has confirmed the new P200 will be coming to Australia. Details have been added to the end of the story. The new Ingenium four-cylinder turbo petrol produces 147kW of power, good for a claimed 7...

CarAdvice podcast 106: What do Volkswagen enthusiasts think of the Arteon?

On the panel this week we have Mandy Turner, Paul Maric, and Mike Costello. In car news, the 2019 Peugeot 508 Touring, Audi Q8, and BMW X5 have been revealed. Also, Alpine A110 pricing and specs have been announced, the Ford Mustang has been upgraded to a three-star ANCAP rating, and you can now buy a Bugatti Chiron in Lego form...

ACCC adds 1.1 million vehicles to compulsory Takata recall

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has added around 1.1 million vehicles to the Takata airbag recall, publishing a new list of vehicles previously not known to have been affected. While these models aren't under active recall just yet, the ACCC has identified them as subject to future recalls by their respective manufacturers as part of the compulsory campaign that requires affected makes to replace all defective airbags before the end of 2020...

Jaguar J-Pace due in 2021 - report

  The Jaguar J-Pace, a new range-topping crossover, is reportedly due to hit the market from 2021. According to Autocar, the company has made trademark filings for the name across the globe. Although the new crossover will adopt the 'J' moniker in order to align it with the range-topping XJ sedan, under the skin the J-Pace will share its platform and other key components with the full-size Range Rover...

Jaguar bosses keen on XK replacement

Senior staff at Jaguar Land Rover are keen to revive the Jaguar XK, but even if a business case can be worked out, a third-generation model would still be many years away. Hanno Kirner, chief product strategist for Jaguar Land Rover, has told Autocar the company is keen to extend its sports car offering. “The F-Type has been a huge success,” Kirner said...

Matthew Wiesner departs Jaguar Land Rover Australia

Jaguar Land Rover is looking for a new managing director in Australia, after Matthew Wiesner today stepped down from the role after four years. No replacement is currently lined up, but the current JLR Australia finance director, Janet Perich, will step up and act as managing director during the search...

Lister teases new model based on F-Pace SVR

Lister Motor Company has teased its newest creation, "the world's fastest SUV" set to be based on the new Jaguar F-Pace SVR. The above image was posted on the firm's Facebook page, with no details other than "coming soon" accompanying the partial teaser...

Jaguar F-Type SVR and XJR575 join Ring Taxi fleet

Jaguar has added an F-Type SVR and XJR575 to the 'Ring Taxi' fleet, giving fans of the brand a chance to lap the legendary Nurburgring North Loop with a race driver behind the wheel. The cars themselves are standard, which means the F-Type SVR makes 420kW of power and 700Nm of torque from a 5.0-litre supercharged V8 engine. It'll hit 100km/h in just 3...

Jaguar XE SV Project 8 unleashed on Goodwood Circuit – Video

The Jaguar XE SV Project 8 is a bonafide track weapon, already nabbing the four-door production car record at the famed Nurburgring circuit. But what do race drivers think of it? In this latest video, Le Mans champions Andy Wallace and Davy Jones take the limited-run sedan around the Goodwood Motor Circuit, and share their thoughts on what is one of the quickest production Jaguars ever built...