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Jaguar XEL revealed for China ahead of Guangzhou debut

British luxury marque Jaguar has revealed the XEL sedan for the Chinese market, essentially a long-wheelbase version of its medium-sized XE. Only one image of the lengthened sedan has been released thus far, though overseas reports say the XEL sports a 100mm-longer wheelbase than the standard car, giving it a generous 2...

Jaguar D-Type to become Australia's most expensive car at Motorclassica Auction

The highest-valued car to ever be auctioned in Australia will go under the hammer this weekend at Motorclassica in Melbourne. The 1955 Jaguar D-Type will be auctioned by Mossgreen and is expected to be sold with a price-tag of between $7-8 million. Chassis number XKD510 is the only genuine D-Type in the country, and has a long history of traveling the world with numerous owners...

Jaguar Land Rover joins Takata airbag recall

Jaguar Land Rover has announced it will recall approximately 17,000 vehicles sold in Australia, as the British company joins the global epidemic that is the Takata airbag recall. To this point there have been more than 3.3 million cars affected by Takata recalls in Australia alone, and the potentially deadly faulty airbags have been responsible for the death of one driver in Australia, and 18 other deaths around the world...

Jaguar XF Sportbrake breaks 'fastest towed speed on skis' record

Jaguar has broken yet another record, this time for the 'fastest towed speed on skis'. The 2018 Jaguar XF Sportbrake was used as the tow vehicle as former British Olympic skier, Graham Bell, donned the skis. Guinness World Records was present as it recorded an average top speed of 189km/h, smashing the previous record by 76km/h...

Jaguar Land Rover to introduce Velar power badges across range - report

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) is set to roll out a new naming structure for its model portfolio, using the numbered format first seen with the new Range Rover Velar. Reported by the UK's Evo, a reader of the British publication noticed a new Jaguar F-Type wearing a 'P380' badge on its rump - signifying the amount of metric horsepower (PS) the engine makes, as the 3...

Jaguar I-Pace eTrophy: Electric cat gets its own racing series

The upcoming Jaguar I-Pace electric SUV is getting its own EV race series, appropriately named the Jaguar I-Pace eTrophy. As the world's first production battery-electric vehicle racing championship, the I-Pace eTrophy series will be the support event for the FIA Formula E championships from late-2018...

‘Diesel is the devil, ban it’ says Industry figurehead

There’s been a lot said about diesel fuel over the past few years, but a statement from Simon Birkett, founder and director of Clean Air London, at the inaugural Jaguar Land Rover Tech Fest could be one of the more controversial ones yet. “Diesel is the devil, and we do need to ban it,” Birkett said while sitting on a panel of experts, including Jaguar Land Rover’s head of powertrain development, Iain Grey...

Surfboards made of concept cars? Bodacious!

Jaguar Land Rover is recycling its concept cars to craft bespoke surfboards with the help of Irish boardsmiths, Skunkworks Surf Co. The car company's Waste to Wave initiative sees the polyurethane plastic that underpins the company's clay models for its concept cars recycled and turned into surfboards, rather than sent to landfill...

Jaguar Land Rover to be electrified from 2020

Every Jaguar Land Rover product from 2020 onwards will be electrified to some degree, the British company has announced. The news, announced at the inaugural Jaguar Land Rover Tech Fest event in London, doesn't mean that every car or SUV made by the British company will be purely electric - rather, all new models added from 2020 onwards will have some form of hybridisation or electrification...

Jaguar Future-Type concept revealed

Ever wondered what a Jaguar might look like in 2040? This is how the British brand thinks it could look – it’s the Jaguar Future-Type concept. The futuristic show car has been deployed at Jaguar Land Rover’s Tech Fest event in London, where the UK company aims to showcase how it sees the car of tomorrow...

Jaguar E-Type Zero electric car revealed

Classic styling, modern drivetrain – that’s the concept behind the Jaguar E-Type Zero, which has debuted at the JLR Tech Fest in London. The project was referred to as Project Dylan by the team at Jaguar Land Rover. Why? Bob Dylan, of course, because as a marker for the switch from acoustic to electric guitars, so this particular E-Type, built by the Jaguar Land Rover Classic division, marks the introduction of new-world tech to an old-school icon...