Ahead of Jaguar Land Rover’s launch of its first all-electric vehicle, the I-Pace, there’s now reports of the car’s price-point for. when it goes into production. If reports from early reservation pan out, the crossover could come close to the base price of a Tesla Model X.
There’s no shame in faking it ‘til you’re making it, and what better way to fake it than by driving a genuinely nice and enjoyable ride. This is good for self confidence, impressing a date, impressing your friends, impressing your parents, and possibly most importantly, impressing your colleagues and superiors.
Some people do not believe the Jaguar XJ220 was “good.” When I’m in charge, those people will be put into labor camps.
It’s November and that means holiday sales. While Black Friday sales for cars aren’t really a thing, Jaguar decided to make the season a bit merrier by offering massive discounts on leftover 2017 F-Type coupes and convertibles.
Good news! In a world of mid-size vehicles and sadness, Jaguar won’t fully give into the crossover cash trap. The Jaguar F-Type, a strikingly beautiful machine that broke a nearly three-decade sports car hiatus at the company, will have a successor. And that successor will have an “electrified” powertrain.
It’s easy to get enamored with the Jaguar F-Type SVR’s deadly-beautiful design. Wrestling with the car’s complex personality and 575 horsepower is a far greater challenge. But the SVR’s learning curve is perfectly graded to be fearsome and fun at once, and that’s what really makes this machine special.
The very first international racing series for a production electric car to run alongside Formula E won’t be using a sleek sports car or a modified sedan. No, it’s a spec series for the Jaguar I-Pace. Yes. That. The big tall crossover thing. I’m about as shocked as you are—no pun intended, of course.
Jaguar’s latest concept car, FUTURE-TYPE (they seem to want it shouted in all-caps) looks a lot like other deep-future concept cars we’ve seen before, though there is one key difference here. Instead of just making a concept car, Jaguar has also made you a life partner, in the form of an artificially intelligent…
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Stuffing an electric drivetrain into a drop-dead gorgeous fully-restored 1968 Series 1.5 Jaguar E-Type Roadster may just be my new favorite idea ever, and that’s exactly how the Jaguar E-Type Zero was made.
The stop sign was approaching.
The 2018 Jaguar XE is a fine-looking, super comfortable and well-priced luxury sports sedan that steers into a corner the same way a Wüsthof knife carves its way through a medium rare steak. On paper, it seems like it could be the fiercest assassin of the ubiquitous BMW 3 Series yet, even more so than tough contenders…
Jaguar literally launched its 2018 E-Pace compact crossover earlier this month in London, conducting the Guinness Book of World Records’ farthest production vehicle barrel roll. Lest you think the whole thing was somehow faked, here’s a video showing the lengths Jaguar went to pull it off. And yes, there’s a roofless…
Jaguar has introduced a new high-performance model of its XJ sedan with the XJR575, which has been painted to look like a submarine. It can now max out at 186 mph in just 44 seconds, which is pretty quick for a submarine.
Have you see the new Honda Civic Type R? The amount of fake, solid, cross-hatched plastic doubling for air intakes (and outtakes?) on that thing is horrendous and ungainly. There’s a better way to do it.
I’m close to accepting the crossover takeover. I’m close. Like with the revival in high-waisted pants, I’ve accepted that I have no control over the matter. But damn do cars like the 2017 Jaguar E-Pace make it hard.
Are you faster than a Jalopnik writer? Usually, yes. But are you faster than one of Jaguar’s Formula E drivers? We’re teaming up with Jaguar so you can find out next week at Autobahn Indoor Speedway (AIS) in the Palisades Mall outside of New York. RSVP here!
The Jaguar XE is a pretty good, competitively priced compact sedan. Give it to Jag’s Special Vehicle Operations and you get a limited edition 600 horsepower compact sedan that costs a whopping $192,200.
Smallish vehicles with SUV pretenses and hatchback heritage, which we know and love as “crossovers,” are printing money for automakers and Jaguar wants in. Behold the 2018 Jaguar E-Pace, which appears to be like a Porsche Macan, but British.
If you want a 590 horsepower supercharged 5.0-liter V8 sedan with all-wheel-drive and you like how the Jaguar XE looks, there’s now a car for you.