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Team Sky and the new Jaguar F-Type

Some say that cars and bicycles mix like sheep and cattle, and that supercars and bicycles mix like bears and sea otters. Jaguar has other ideas with the creation of a bespoke version of the F-Type Coupé for the Team Sky British professional cycling team; turning it into a "high performance support vehicle."  Read More

The Smart Assistant learns from you to anticipate your needs while driving

We've heard a lot about how smarter cars will help to make highways safer, using self-driving technologies to eliminate human distraction and error from roadways. Eventually, drivers will be free to browse the internet, send text messages, video chat and more. In the meantime, such distracted behaviors continue to pose a grave risk. Jaguar Land Rover's Smart Assistant is designed to minimize that risk, by learning your behaviors and taking care of non-driving tasks that could otherwise absorb your attention.  Read More

The Jaguar XE will be unveiled to the public on September 8

Jaguar has announced that its new XE compact sport sedan will make its public debut in London on September 8. While most carmakers tease the outside of their new cars before talking about what’s under the bonnet, Jaguar is working from the inside out with a preview of the XE’s engine, suspension, and aluminum-intensive architecture that the company claims "redefines the concept of the sports sedan."  Read More

Jaguar's new F-type V8 S roadster doesn't have the E-type's iconic lines, but that doesn't...

With its stunning GT proportions, beautifully flowing aluminum body, 8-speed ZF gearbox and a 495 hp supercharged 5.0 liter V8 under the hood, Jaguar’s new F-type V8 S roadster has attracted widespread critical acclaim. Is it worthy? We recently climbed behind the wheel of the new cat to find out for ourselves.  Read More

The 'Virtual Windscreen' is also able to display a racing line for trackday warriors

Looking to add a touch of Gran Turismo or Forza to your daily commute? Jaguar Land Rover is developing a Virtual Windscreen concept that aims to do just that with a slew of driver assistance technologies designed to keep your eyes on the road.  Read More

The Jaguar F-Type Project 7 is fully road legal

Like McLaren with its MSO 650S, Jaguar has used this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed to debut a vehicle making the jump from concept to limited production run. For Jaguar it's the F-Type Project 7, a fully road-legal two-seater roadster described as the "most performance-focused derivative of the acclaimed F-Type range," and the fastest and most powerful production Jaguar ever built.  Read More

Team Sky rider Chris Froome, with the new Pinarello Dogma F8

McLaren, Aston Martin, Lamborghini and Ferrari have all done it ... now Jaguar Land Rover has done it, too. The legendary automaker recently joined forces with a major bicycle manufacturer, to create a super high-end bike. In this case, Jag collaborated with Italy's Pinarello to design the new Dogma F8 road bike, which will be used by the Team Sky racing team for the rest of the 2014 season.  Read More

Jaguar plans to build the last six of original Lightweight E-Type run

It’s not unheard of for a car’s production to be interrupted for a few months or even a couple of years, but half a century is pushing it a bit. Jaguar announced today that it plans to complete the 18-car production run of the Jaguar Lightweight E-Type, which was suspended in 1964 after only 12 of the high-performance sports car were built.  Read More

The installation on Jaguar Land Rover's new plant in South Staffordshire is the largest ro...

The rooftops of automotive manufacturing plants have proven fertile ground for solar arrays with Audi, Ferrari and Renault installing extensive fields of solar panels at their respective facilities. Now Jaguar Land Rover has got on board with the largest rooftop solar panel array in the UK sprouting from its new Engine Manufacturing Centre in South Staffordshire.  Read More

The David Brown Speedback works off a Jaguar XK chassis and 5.0-liter engine

Unveiled at a private event in London last week, the first design from newly founded David Brown Automotive was made available to a select few. The Speedback from this new automotive enterprise, though not associated with Aston Martin’s founder Sir David Brown (the DB in DB5), takes more than a little artistic license with its interpretation of the James Bond classic.  Read More

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