At the 1998 Paris Motor Show, Jaguar became the talk of the town after unveiling a stunning roadster prototype - the XK180. The car was developed over a 10-month period as a one-off design study, commemorating the 50th anniversary of the XK series engine that debuted with the XK120 way back in 1948...
An ostentatious yet surprisingly practical performance SUV that’s about as subtle as a sledgehammer.
With just over 11,000km on the clock, it's time to bid farewell to our electric long-termer, the 2019 Jaguar I-Pace SE. We've been full circle with the I-Pace. We went from never living with an electric vehicle through to owning one for a little over seven months, installing EV infrastructure at home and performing a full suite of tests with the car...
In our last update, we hit the slopes in Jaguar's first electric car. This time around, with almost 10,000km on the clock, the 2019 Jaguar I-Pace acted as a support vehicle for an off-road test we were shooting, and we wanted to see how it would go with a few light off-road obstacles thrown at it...
EVs are considered perfectly liveable for city dwellers, but what about a long-distance road trip?
The 2020 Jaguar XE R-Dynamic HSE has had an update, and offers a better interior, while still keeping its stylish looks and comfort.
Seven years after the F-Type arrived as a V8 drop-top, the formula is about to be put to pasture with 2020's slimmed-down facelifted update. So is this sad farewells or good riddance for the F-Type R AWD Convertible?
With a stonking supercharged V8 under the bonnet, the Jaguar F-Type SVR is the apex predator of the brand's stable.
Jaguar's rival to the BMW 5 Series and Merc's E-Class has gained a racy Chequered Flag name. But does the badging bring some extra sportiness to the Jaguar XF?
Two of our greatest sportspeople – Curtis McGrath and Ash Barty – hit the road in their home state for a new campaign with Jaguar, writes Jessica Parry.
There's no doubt about its on-road presence – it's got that covered in the same way as its accomplished handling. But when it comes to ride comfort and general drivability, well, that's when the wheels start to fall off (not literally, you understand).