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2021 Jaguar XE price and specs: Jag's mid-sizer goes all-wheel drive

2021 Jaguar XE moves to all-wheel drive New Pivi Pro infotainment and safety tech XE R-Dynamic Black available from $69,990 drive-away XE R-Dynamic SE and HSE models to come The 2021 Jaguar XE has arrived, with buyers now benefiting from all-wheel drive as standard and updated technologies. Jaguar has also announced a new XE R-Dynamic Black, with a drive-away price of $69,990...

2021 Jaguar XF price and specs: Updated range cut to a single offering

2021 Jaguar XF gets a major update Heavily consolidated range, now only one sedan variant Facelifted exterior, all-new interior, and upgraded tech Price from $100,200 before on-road costs The facelifted and updated 2021 Jaguar XF range has been unveiled, with the brand announcing it will bring a single variant to local showrooms from next year...

Jaguar Land Rover to build interiors from recycled plastic waste

Jaguar Land Rover will begin manufacturing its interiors from wholly recycled material, in a bid to make the brand more sustainable. The company's next generation of cars will feature trims and floor mats made from a nylon product known as Econyl fibre, which comprises recycled industrial plastic, fabric offcuts from clothing manufacturers, and used fishing nets...

Jaguar files patent for mysterious hypercar design

Jaguar may be secretly developing a new hypercar. Images have emerged on the 7th Mustang internet forum, showing patent drawings for an unknown hypercar design, filed by Jaguar Land Rover. The illustrations show more than a passing resemblance to the iconic Jaguar XJ220 and stillborn Jaguar C-X75, suggesting the British brand may be secretly developing a vehicle to compete with the Mercedes-AMG One and Aston Martin Valkyrie...

Five exotic classics currently for sale in Australia

It has been well documented that the price of used cars has risen during the pandemic, following a shortage of new cars due to production delays caused by the coronavirus crisis – and a surge in the number of workers moving away from public transport to avoid being infected with COVID-19. However, some truly exotic machinery is up for grabs if your budget stretches that far...

Fully-electric Range Rover and Jaguar XJ models confirmed, to be unveiled in late 2020 – report

All-electric Range Rover and Jaguar XJ models have been confirmed for production behind-the-scenes at Jaguar Land Rover, according to a report from British website Autocar. The publication claims to have viewed transcripts of a recent conference call between JLR Chief Financial Officer Adrian Mardell and company investors, in which Mr Mardell confirmed fully-electric Range Rover and Jaguar XJ models would be unveiled in October and November 2020...

2021 Jaguar F-Pace price and specs: Mild-hybrid options added

2021 Jaguar F-Pace gains mild-hybrid engines Significant exterior facelift and all-new interior Quick-start Pivi Pro offers the very latest in infotainment R-Dynamic and all-wheel-drive now standard, lower prices Priced from $74,990 plus on-road costs to $109,150 plus on-road costs Jaguar has announced the updated F-Pace, with new mild-hybrid powertrains, extra tech, and lower prices...

Public electric car charging in Australia: Your questions, answered

We’ve covered our fair share of electric cars at CarAdvice and yet, even as seasoned professionals, we still get tripped up by the complicated terminology and technology behind them. With different providers, plug types, manufacturers and standards in use, the language around electric car charging can often feel complicated and exclusionary for the average consumer...

Jaguar, Land Rover go to five-year warranty for a limited time - UPDATE: Extended

UPDATE: Jaguar Land Rover Australia has confirmed its limited-time warranty extension to five years and unlimited kilometres, has been extended to included vehicles sold and delivered before September 30 – up from the original June 30 end date. All other details remain as described below...

More Australian buyers keen on electric cars, but doubts remain - survey

More Australian buyers than ever before would consider an electric vehicle as their next car purchase, according to a new survey from the nation's peak electric vehicle body. As part of its annual State of Electric Vehicles report, the Electric Vehicle Council (EVC) worked with insurers NRMA, RACV and RAA to survey 2902 Australian consumers and found 56 per cent would consider an electric car as their next vehicle, up on 53 per cent in 2019...

Wireless electric car charging explained: How it works and why it’s the future

As Australia works to get its wired infrastructure up to speed, the rest of the world is cutting the cord. Why does it feel like the Scandinavians are always ahead of the curve? From Sweden’s forward-thinking paid parental leave scheme to Norway’s world-leading road safety policies, that part of the globe tends to provide a blueprint for the rest of us...