It’s all about the SUVs, baby. Read on for the gory details.Continue reading “Jaguar’s 2025 relaunch: What we know so far”
Someone at Jaguar actually thought that it was a good idea to celebrate the XJR-9’s victory at Le Mans in 1988 with a re-badged SUV.
The Big Yawn, which is basically an SUV with a fancy paint job, is supposed to be the beginning of Jaguar’s much needed brand reset. The mind boggles.Continue reading “2023 Jaguar F-Pace SVR Edition 1988: The Big Yawn”
For the person who has absolutely everything (or at least very nearly), here comes the perfect Christmas present: A Jaguar C-X75, one of seven cars used as stunt vehicles in the James Bond movie Spectre.
What’s more, this car sports chassis no. 007. We kid you not.Continue reading “The Perfect Xmas present: A Spectre Jaguar C-X75”
Rarely have we seen a single quote so harshly sum up the current state of Jaguar:
Continue reading “When Jaguar Wasn’t Boring: The XK Engine”
Today, Jaguar […] builds some luxurious, yet mostly boring vehicles. However, back in its independent days, the brand was responsible for some of the most exciting roadworthy and racing machines of the era, many of which were powered by the glorious XK straight-six.– Vlad Radu, writing in Auto Evolution
From the “This Can’t be Good Dept.” comes this news: Jaguar will not introduce any new models until 2025, at which point all current models will be phased out.Continue reading “No New Jaguar Models Until 2025?”
The Jaguar XJ, for decades the premier sedan of the premier British marque, will return one day. But it won’t be your father’s XJ, and perhaps not even yours.Continue reading “The XJ will return. Sorta, maybe.”