This year’s event in Goodwood is planned to be even more successful for Jaguar.
Time has come for a private German owner to make some money on his expensive Jaguar: he sells a unique BlackJag Concept which debuted a decade ago.
Customers have got a closer look at 2015 Jaguar XE due to be released in a couple of months.
F-Type coupe will remain one niche down when the rumours of turning XJ into a coupe version are realized.
Nowadays new XE enjoys the largest publicity of all the models of the brand, but news from XJ also does not cease to appear in the media.
Guards of the Sweden test drive of Jaguar have not been cautious enough to miss the spy cameras catching 2015 Jaguar XE.
New R-sport kit has been presented for Jaguar XF to stir the excitement preceding the official release in Geneva.
Enjoying the hype, Jaguar XFR-S Sportbrake has made its first unofficial web appearance. Sadly, it becomes the only chance for Americans to see the model.
Creative designer Theophilus Chin presented his vision of the way Jaguar F-Type would look as a shooting brake.
After months of delays, Jaguar finally confirmed its plan to uncover the F-Type coupe later this month in Los Angeles.
When Jaguar uncovered its C-X17 Concept in Frankfurt, the automaker was showing more than a fresh platform.
Brand-new Jaguar XQ crossover, which is going to share its platform with a Jaguar sedan, will be presented at the 2013 Frankfurt Auto Show in September.
What’s new the British are preparing? Aston Martin uncovered a thrilling concept model in the form of the CC100 and their cross-country rival Jaguar seems to be on the same stage. The Project 7 is an open-air roadster with angry looks and even more threatening performance.
Jaguar is going to bring a production concept variant of its hardtop F-Type to Frankfurt in September before uncovering the showroom-ready variant in Tokyo during late November.
Jaguar has uncovered its Project 7 that will be publicly presented at the approaching 2013 Goodwood Festival of Speed.
A Jaguar-Land Rover facility in southeastern Germany has lost a few of its cars during severe floods in Europe.
The Jaguar F-Type will go on sale shortly as the auto brand’s first truly 2 seat sports model since the E-Type finished in 1974, but customers will have to take it in a soft top, at least for some time.
With Jaguar’s recently released F-Type representing the top of the auto maker’s performance vehicles, look for an extra high-performance GT to be added to the lineup in the future.