It’s Ingeniumious! Jaguar is returning to the inline six format for it’s mid-range engines. The new engine will offer a displacement of 3.0 liters (183 cui) and yield up to 400 horses. They manage this neat trick while also achieving fewer parts, cleaner emissions and lower fuel consumption compared to the outgoing V6 engine.Continue reading “Meet the new I-6 JLR hybrid powerhouse”
Rumors are circulating – you may have heard them – that Tata is mulling a sale of Jaguar Land Rover to France’s PSA group (Peugeot, Citroën, and more).Continue reading “Jaguar could become French soon”
In an interview with CNBC, Joe Eberhardt, one of Jaguar Land Rover’s senior global executives and CEO of its North American operations, talked about the future of the company.Continue reading “SUVs now make up 70 percent of US market for cars”
Marty from Australia is a patient man with an unusual hobby: He restores old Matchbox model cars. This time he sets to work on a 1962 Jaguar E-Type that’s seen better days.Continue reading “1962 Jaguar E-Type Matchbox Model Restoration”
I happened to stumble across a treasure trove of old black and white pictures from the Jaguar factory at Browns Lane, thanks to Getty Images. Reproduced here with permission, for non-commercial use. Enjoy!Continue reading “B&W Pictures From the Jaguar Factory”
Standard Motor Company’s history began in 1903, when it was founded in Coventry by Reginald Maudslay. Their beginnings were humble, with just 7 employees making single cylinder, rear wheel drive cars with three speed transmissions.Continue reading “A Brief History of The Standard Motor Company and SS Cars”
According to multiple reports over the weekend and today, Jaguar Land Rover have been hemorrhaging money lately, to the extent that they’re in danger of pulling Tata Motors down with them.Continue reading “Jaguar Land Rover and Tata Motors Posting Serious Losses”
Thanos Pappas of the web site CarAdvice is back with Part 2 of his excellent writeup of the Story of Jaguar. This time he takes us from 1980 and the Ford takeover, through to Tata ownership and the I-Pace.
You can read the whole article here: Part 2 of The Story of Jaguar
The Jaguar E-Type was introduced in 1961 to universal acclaim. Famously praised by Enzo Ferrari as the most beautiful car in the world, the original Series 1 E-Type was produced until 1968.Continue reading “What is your Ultimate Modern E-Type? (UPDATED)”
Jaguar Land Rover announced Thursday that they’re halting production at their car and engine manufacturing plants in the UK for one week in April.
According to Jaguar Land Rover, the decision to temporarily halt production from April 8 through April 12 was made due to potential disruption from Brexit. Britain is due to leave the European Union on March 29.