With more and more attention being paid to the terrifying issue of climate change, we’ve seen more and more automakers experimenting with their own version of the electric vehicle as an attempt to stay in tune with the needs of our planet. Now, Jaguar is considering being one of the first brands intending to entirely…
The 2020 Jaguar F-Type will come with a BMW twin-turbo V8, as CAR Magazine reports. This is some Cold War shit. Jaguar versus Aston Martin, in a proxy war between BMW and AMG.
Despite much of its automotive hype, the latest James Bond film, Spectre, turned out to be a bit of a dud. And it didn’t help that the Aston Martin DB10 and Jaguar C-X75 chase scene through the darkened streets of Rome turned out to be one of the most forgettable chase scenes ever shot. But at least the stunning Jag…
Despite leaving the Jaguar C-X75 mid-engine concept at the bottom of a river in a subpar James Bond movie, Jaguar still reportedly has plans to put a mid-engine supercar into production. It could replace the current F-Type and reportedly be called the J-Type.
Jaguar announced today that it will begin selling zero-emission electric Jaguar E-Types, converted from restored cars to anyone who wants one. The best part about it is that the conversion will be completely reversible, should you ever grow tired of battery charging and want just a normal restored E-Type.
There’s the Jaguar F-Pace, the E-Pace, and the I-Pace, all outgrowths of Jag’s decades-old slogan: “Grace, space, pace.” Possibly adding to that list, in the next few years: the C-Pace, a nameplate recently trademarked by Jaguar in Europe.
In my travels I have found few places more ideally fit to open up a car—really open it up, I mean—than Interstate 10 in Texas headed west toward California. The Hill Country gives way to true desert and 80 mph speed limits between Kerr County and El Paso County, and while the State Troopers frown on this, every driver…
The 2019 Jaguar I-Pace is quite an achievement. While the entire automotive industry is scrambling to get electric vehicles out by the end of the decade, Jaguar will begin delivering its new EV crossover before the end of this summer with the performance, style and range to challenge Tesla and everyone else.
I have a list, right here on my computer, of a bunch of interesting and important stories I need to be working on. And yet I know, deep down, that I’m not going to be able to do jack feces on anything until I get this insanely unimportant, painfully geeky, incredibly minor observation about one particular Jaguar XJ…
There’s nothing worse than discovering that your car pumps in fake or weirdly amplified noise. Sure, I know isolation from other road sounds is a luxury, but it just sounds completely fake. Unfortunately, many electric cars have picked up this baton of sadness and ran with it, as Jaguar’s new I-Pace makes some of the…
The 2019 Jaguar I-Pace is set to begin deliveries to customers by the end of the year, and now that there’s already the eTrophy racing version, the speculation for an I-Pace SVR has begun—but the humble planners at Jaguar think it could be too quick for people to handle.
Whether you like it or not, the Royal Wedding has been pretty much inescapable on every form of media—social or otherwise. We’re not going to talk about princes and princesses and fancy castles, though. We need to talk about their reception car.
It was 1988 and Jaguar hadn’t won Le Mans since the 1950s. It was time to change that. It was time to change that with the Jaguar XJR-9. Here’s how Jag did it.
Guys, I need help. I heard something highly distressing today about how Jaguar might do away with its lovely, incredible, perfect supercharged V6 engines. I don’t think my heart could take it if it did.
I consider myself a fan of industrial designer Raymond Loewy. He basically created the modern concept of an industrial designer. He would drive a dune buggy in an ascot. And he designed some great-looking cars, like the Studebaker Avanti. He also did some pretty horrific things to some lovely Jaguars, too.
The 2019 Jaguar I-Pace is a fairly practical hatchback disguised as an electric crossover, but it has one surprising feature that might be unexpected for a low vehicle powered purely by batteries—it can wade through 19 inches of water. Almost 20, in fact.
Many people have challenged the design team at Jaguar for slapping the corporate face on the innovative new Jaguar I-Pace, claiming it doesn’t need a grille if it’s electric. Jaguar wanted to set the record straight at the New York Auto Show, and it turns out the grille actually serves two vital functions.
We had some qualms with Jaguar Land Rover’s E-Pace performance capability, but the automaker sure seems to have delivered on performance with the new F-Pace SVR, which is debuting at the New York auto show this week. A supercharged V8 is packed under the hood and it’s supposd to deliver 550 horsepower. Alright now.
I am on my way, right now, to Jaguar Land Rover’s big New York Auto Show event, where I will have a brief opportunity to drive the new electric Jaguar I-Pace. Now is the time for questions.
At first, I was slightly put off that the loaned 2018 Jaguar XF Sportbrake S was silver. It’s a really petty thing to complain about, the color of a press car—but after driving it for a weekend, I realized that the more mundane one of these wagons looks, the the more covert you actually feel about driving it. This is…