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PostHeaderIcon A Classic Jaguar is Being Brought Back To Life

While it’s not exactly as famous as the Jaguar E-Type — no Jag is — the D-Type is still regarded as one of the most iconic Jaguars in history. Only 75 D-Type units were built in the late 1950s after Jaguar initially planned to build 100 units. Apparently, Jag’s failure to reach its intended goal has gnawed at the company for years. Well, Jag’s finally doing something to address that by announcing plans to build the last 25 units of the D-Type. This is not a drill, folks. Jaguar really is going to build the last 25 units of the iconic race car, completing what it should’ve done 60 years ago.


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“The D-Type won the 24 Hours of Le Mans three years in a row, from 1955 to 1957”

Raise your hands if you saw this one coming? I’m well aware of the existence of JLR Classic Works and the kinds of projects it’s worked on over the years. This is the same JLR division that built six Lightweight E-Type models back in 2014. It’s also the same company that produced nine units of the Jag XKSS in 2016, rebuilt early Range Rovers, and rebuild the E-Type Series 1. In some ways, this isn’t a surprising move from Jaguar.

But I still can’t wrap my head around Jaguar’s plan to complete the production run of the D-Type 60 years after it was supposed to. There’s something unnerving about it, especially when you consider that the D-Type’s provenance — it won the 24 Hours of Le Mans three years in a row, from 1955 to 1957 — has helped elevate the race car’s price in the safe zone of nine figures. In fact, the same D-Type that won the 1956 24 Hours of Le Mans actually went for a staggering $21.78 million.

The opportunity to complete the planned production run, though, was too good to pass up. “Completing its planned production run in Coventry, is one of those once-in-a-lifetime projects that our world-class experts at Jaguar Land Rover Classic are proud to fulfill,” Tim Hannig, Jaguar Land Rover Classic Director, said.


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“The same D-Type that won the 1956 24 Hours of Le Mans actually went for a staggering $21.78 million.”

It’s unclear how Jaguar Classic plans to proceed with the development of the 25 remaining D-Types. Are they going to be built using period-specific parts, or is Jaguar Classic going to adopt a more modern approach to their production? This is one of many questions that we need answers too, though we do know now that the people who will be tasked to recreate the D-Types will have access to the company’s original engineering drawings and records so that the vehicles will be as authentic as possible. Interested buyers will get a chance to choose between a short D-Type nose or the long-nose version of the original model.

Regardless of what happens with this build, you can expect this “new” old D-Types to e the toast of the town when they make their debut in the future. A lot of people are already losing their minds over this, and we still know next-to-nothing about it. Imagine the kind of reaction Jaguar will get when the last 25 D-Types are finally built.

References

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Read our full review on the 1954-1957 Jaguar D-Type.

PostHeaderIcon Jaguar D-Type Race Car Re-Enters Production After 62 Years

Jaguar and their Classics department have found a brilliant way to make some serious cash, and that is re-making their old legends and selling them for over a million apop to wannabe connoisseurs. These are cars, mind, you can’t drive on the road. The latest is this Jaguar D-Type race car which has re-entered production 62 years after the last examples were produced 1956.

That alone is quite remarkable and makes the new Jaguar D-Type race car worth whatever it’s going to cost. But there are other factors making this thing a highly collectible item. For one thing, they are only producing 25 examples, hand-built at Jaguar Land Rover Classic Works in Warwickshire. But more important than that is the history of D-Type and what it represents.

Buying a Jaguar D-Type you become in possession of a car that won the Le Mans 24 Hours race three times between 1955 and 1957. It might sound strange, but the new car you receive has the exact same specification as the Le Mans winner, down to the very last details. So yea, you may not be able to drive this car on the road. And you may not want to race it because it’s too precious. But it works brilliantly as eye-candy, next to that Impressionist painting you paid ten million pounds for.









“The Jaguar D-type is one of the most iconic and beautiful competition cars of all time, with an outstanding record in the world’s toughest motor races. And it’s just as spectacular today,” Tim Hannig, Jaguar Land Rover Classic Director, said. “The opportunity to continue the D-type model’s success story, by completing its planned production run in Coventry, is one of those once-in-a-lifetime projects that our world-class experts at Jaguar Land Rover Classic are proud to fulfil.”

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PostHeaderIcon Watch Out Tesla – the Jaguar XJ Will Go All-Electric in 2019!

The Jaguar XJ has been around since 1968. In that time, it has soldiered on as the company’s resident flagship. Generation after generation of XJs have filled our streets, but a new report claims that Jag is looking to reinvent the next-generation XJ into something it has never been in its 50-year existence: an electric car.


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“Despite the dramatic changes, the XJ will remain a saloon, just as it has always been since 1998”

The thought of an all-electric Jaguar XJ is appealing for a lot of people. For Jaguar, it might be born out of necessity as the company looks to offer a high-tech flagship model to compete against the likes of the Mercedes S-Class, the BMW 7 Series, and most importantly, the Tesla Model S. It’s a bold move for Jaguar, but a brief look at the XJ’s history as a model shows that the automaker hasn’t been afraid to take risks when it comes to its flagship sedan. Remember, the X350-generation of the XJ was the first Jaguar to use aluminum in large volumes. More recently, the current X351-generation was introduced in 2009 as the first version of the XJ to redefine its looks. A completely reinvented, all-electric Jaguar XJ fits into the risks that Jaguar has taken with the model.

At the very least, an all-electric XJ is a fresh offering to a market that’s starved for something new in the wake of consumer interest shifting more towards luxury SUVs. According to Autocar, the new XJ is already in the development phase, right next to a new Land Rover model that’s internally being called the “Road Rover.”

Despite the dramatic changes, the XJ will remain a saloon, just as it has always been since 1998. There’s no word yet on when the car will launch, but it should happen a lot later than the I-Pace, Jag’s first venture into the electric car space. That model has been earmarked for a March 2018 launch, presumably in time for the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. Expect a lot of the tech Jag has developed for the I-Pace to translate heavily to the next-gen XJ.

From a business standpoint, introducing the I-Pace before the all-electric XJ is a solid move on Jag’s part. Not only does it give Jag enough time to work on its new flagship, but more importantly, it will give the British company a good idea of the landscape of the electric car market. Using that knowledge should help determine its approach in developing an all-electric XJ sedan.


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“An electric powertrain is also in development, one that will offer segment-level power and performance figures to go with a range that can easily eclipse 300 miles.”

Details about the car itself are still being kept under wraps, but the sedan is expected to carry a new aluminum architecture that Jaguar will use with Land Rover. In addition, an electric powertrain is also in development, one that will offer segment-level power and performance figures to go with a range that can easily eclipse 300 miles.

References

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Read our full review on the 2017 Jaguar XJ.


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PostHeaderIcon Watch Out Tesla – the Jaguar XJ Will Go All-Electric in 2019!

The Jaguar XJ has been around since 1968. In that time, it has soldiered on as the company’s resident flagship. Generation after generation of XJs have filled our streets, but a new report claims that Jag is looking to reinvent the next-generation XJ into something it has never been in its 50-year existence: an electric car.


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“Despite the dramatic changes, the XJ will remain a saloon, just as it has always been since 1998”

The thought of an all-electric Jaguar XJ is appealing for a lot of people. For Jaguar, it might be born out of necessity as the company looks to offer a high-tech flagship model to compete against the likes of the Mercedes S-Class, the BMW 7 Series, and most importantly, the Tesla Model S. It’s a bold move for Jaguar, but a brief look at the XJ’s history as a model shows that the automaker hasn’t been afraid to take risks when it comes to its flagship sedan. Remember, the X350-generation of the XJ was the first Jaguar to use aluminum in large volumes. More recently, the current X351-generation was introduced in 2009 as the first version of the XJ to redefine its looks. A completely reinvented, all-electric Jaguar XJ fits into the risks that Jaguar has taken with the model.

At the very least, an all-electric XJ is a fresh offering to a market that’s starved for something new in the wake of consumer interest shifting more towards luxury SUVs. According to Autocar, the new XJ is already in the development phase, right next to a new Land Rover model that’s internally being called the “Road Rover.”

Despite the dramatic changes, the XJ will remain a saloon, just as it has always been since 1998. There’s no word yet on when the car will launch, but it should happen a lot later than the I-Pace, Jag’s first venture into the electric car space. That model has been earmarked for a March 2018 launch, presumably in time for the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. Expect a lot of the tech Jag has developed for the I-Pace to translate heavily to the next-gen XJ.

From a business standpoint, introducing the I-Pace before the all-electric XJ is a solid move on Jag’s part. Not only does it give Jag enough time to work on its new flagship, but more importantly, it will give the British company a good idea of the landscape of the electric car market. Using that knowledge should help determine its approach in developing an all-electric XJ sedan.


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“An electric powertrain is also in development, one that will offer segment-level power and performance figures to go with a range that can easily eclipse 300 miles.”

Details about the car itself are still being kept under wraps, but the sedan is expected to carry a new aluminum architecture that Jaguar will use with Land Rover. In addition, an electric powertrain is also in development, one that will offer segment-level power and performance figures to go with a range that can easily eclipse 300 miles.

References

Jaguar XJ


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Read our full review on the 2017 Jaguar XJ.


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PostHeaderIcon Wallpaper of the Day: 2018 Jaguar XJR575

2018 Jaguar XJR575


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Read our full review of the 2018 Jaguar XJR575 or check out more wallpaper-worthy images in the gallery below.

PostHeaderIcon Wallpaper of the Day: 2018 Jaguar XJR575

2018 Jaguar XJR575


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Read our full review of the 2018 Jaguar XJR575 or check out more wallpaper-worthy images in the gallery below.

PostHeaderIcon Jaguar I-PACE Nears Production, Completes West Coast Road Trip

The highly anticipated electric crossover by Jaguar has been to America recently where it completed a road trip along California’s West Coast to prove it is almost ready for production. The Jaguar I-PACE is finalizing its range and durability tests  ahead of an early 2018 reveal. 

The road trip was planned for the production prototype Jaguar I-PACE after a fan asked the company if the EV all-rounder would have enough range to complete her favourite road trip along California’s West Coast. They took this as a challenge and set out to prove it would be a breath for the I-PACE. The results were promising as the vehicle covered the 200 miles from Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, to Morro Bay, San Luis Obispo, on a single charge of its advanced Lithium-Ion battery. The road trip was part of 1.5 million miles and 11,000 hours of road tests and evaluations completed by more than 200 production prototypes so far.

Ian Hoban, Jaguar Vehicle Line Director, said: “After 1.5 million global test miles, the I-PACE is ready for production and is proven to deliver long distances on a single charge. Jaguar’s first battery electric vehicle will also be fast to charge; our target is a zero to 80 per cent charge being achievable in a short break.”

 






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PostHeaderIcon Jaguar XE SV Project 8 Smashes Nurburgring Record for Sedans

Yet another feather in Jaguar Land Rover’s SVO division’s cap. The limited edition Jaguar XE SV Project 8 ha just destroy red the lap record for four-door sedans at the Nürburgring Nordschleife, going around the 12.9-mile German circuit in 7 minutes 23 seconds. That is a full 11 seconds quicker than the previous record!

Of course, Nurburgring records are useless in the real world. All they get you is some bragging rights. But as far as bragging rights go, it’s a good one. Jaguar XE SV Project 8 now has proven credentials, not that anyone would have doubted it if there was not ‘Ring record. After all, the car has a 600 horsepower supercharged V8 engine and is capable of accelerating from 0 to 60 mph in 3.3 seconds. The record also proves the car has handling abilities on par with the best sports cars.

Mark Stanton, SVO Director, said:“The SVO design and engineering team’s mission was to create the most track-focused road-legal Jaguar in history – not only the fastest, but also the most agile. As a result, only the roof and front door skins of Project 8’s body are carried-over unaltered from XE and 75 per cent of its mechanical hardware is new. This astonishingNürburgringNordschleife record validates the success of such extensive changes.”

John Edwards, Jaguar Land Rover Special Operations Managing Director, added:“SVO exists to push the boundaries of performance, luxury and all-terrain capability. The hand-assembled XE SV Project 8 takes that principle to the limit, extracting supercar-beating performance from Jaguar’s most compact four-door sedan. TheNürburgringNordschleife record underlines our commitment to deliver the most extreme Jaguar ever to Project 8 clients, who will soon experience this sensational sedan for themselves.”

 

 

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PostHeaderIcon Jaguar F-Pace SVR

It doesn’t matter if you’ve got almost 95 years of experience in the world of performance cars – if you want to move product these days, high-stance utility is where it’s at. What’s more, customers now demand speed with their practicality, flagrantly abusing the laws of physics through forced induction and an oversized contact patch. It’s certainly a popular formula – [Porsche,-rub5] Bentley, Maserati, and Lamborghini have all heard the siren call of the sporty SUV. So has Jaguar, which recently unveiled its first-ever crossover just last year. It’s called the F-Pace, and it’s pretty quick. But some think it could be quicker, and rumor has it there’s a new apex-munching, V-8-powered range-topper headed our way called the SVR.

The Cat Badge has yet to confirm the F-Pace SVR’s existence, but Car And Driver is optimistic, reporting Jag already has prototypes up and running. That’s a pretty quick turnaround, considering the SUV just started production.

That said, JLR certainly has what it takes to make it happen. The letters “SVR” are a reference to Special Vehicle Operations, the brand’s specialty tuning division, which means the F-Pace SVR would join the same go-faster stable as the F-Type SVR and Range Rover Sport SVR.

Update 11/24/2017: The Jaguar F-Pace was just caught testing for the second time sporting a couple of changes and a near-production-ready body. Check out the spy shots section below to see it for yourself.

Jaguar F-Pace Spy Shots


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Jaguar has really ironed out the kinks in the new F-Pace SVR. Last time we saw it, it had the production headlights, but it was still rocking a roughly framed front fascia. This time around, Jag has tried to cover it up, but we can see that the fascia is at its production-ready point and will feature huge corner intakes as well as a very prominent air dam. On a side note, that air dam was much smaller on the last prototype but has been enlarged this time around, signaling the thought that we may see this thing make it’s debut at the L.A. Auto show later this month or at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit next January. Nothing else has really changed but, around back, you can see that the rear fascia has been updated to include a full perimeter around the dual exhaust outlets. The same taillights carry over as do the same side profile features. The interior should see the standard SVR updates but nothing too out of the ordinary. When do you guys think this baby will make its debut? Let us know in the comments section below.

Exterior


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“If Jaguar follows through with an F-Pace SVR, expect the inherently muscular design to take on an even more aggressive demeanor, with many cues taken straight from the F-Type.”

As is, the F-Pace already looks very sporty. It employs Jaguar’s latest design language to great effect, mixing the bold qualities of a traditional SUV, such as an elevated stance, beefy haunches, and a tall seating position, with the crisp lines and refined elegance already present in the rest of the lineup. Up front, the fascia echoes the XE, particularly around the headlights, grille, and lower intakes, while the rear is like a hatchback version of the F-Type. Amazingly, it all comes together without a hitch.

If Jaguar follows through with an F-Pace SVR, expect the inherently muscular design to take on an even more aggressive demeanor, with many cues taken straight from the F-Type. The front bumper would receive larger intakes, plus a chrome accent along the lower center grille and a glossy black insert. The narrow, LED-equipped headlights would remain as is, but the hood would receive black vents. Additional vents would be placed on the tail-side of the front fenders, also finished in black.

A front splitter, side skirt extensions, and a rear diffuser would enhance the aerodynamics while also bringing the SUV a little closer to the ground, both visually and dimensionally. Large wheels, low-profile tires, and plus-sized brake calipers would be found in the corners. SVR badges would reiterate the SUV’s intentions, just in case they weren’t already crystal clear.

Interior


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Note: Jaguar F-Pace pictured here.

“To that end, brushed metal trim, aluminum shift paddles, leather upholstery, and customizable ambient lighting would all come standard on the F-Pace SVR.”

One of the greatest appeals of the sporty SUV is a comfortable, luxury-laden cabin, where high-end materials and high-tech amenities complement generous passenger volume. To that end, brushed metal trim, aluminum shift paddles, leather upholstery, and customizable ambient lighting would all come standard on the F-Pace SVR.

For infotainment, Jag should offer the latest iteration of its InControl system, including navigation, Bluetooth connectivity, and smartphone app support. Controlling it all will be a large touchscreen mounted in the center console, plus a few redundant buttons at the three- and nine-o-clock positions on the three-spoke steering wheel. Occupying the gauge cluster will be an all-digital readout, while a Meridian sound system provides the jams.

Of course, being a product of SVO, the SVR would also get sportier seats, boasting big lateral bolsters and quilted-leather upholstery, plus a heating function. More SVR badges would be emblazoned upon the headrests. Up top, the panoramic roof might get ditched to save a few pounds (er, kilograms).

Options would include new upholstery colors, plus driver’s aides like automatic braking, lane-keep assist, and parking assist. There should also be an option for carbon fiber trim.

In addition to seating for five, the F-Pace SVR will also offer lots of room for things. As is, the cargo area on the F-Pace already swallows 33.5 cubic feet of stuff with the bench in the upright position, and I don’t see the SVR cutting into that number for any reason.

Drivetrain


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Note: Jaguar F-Pace pictured here.

“Even with the slightly detuned engine, the F-Pace SVR should still hit 60 mph in the low four-second range, going on to a top speed of 160 mph.”

The current F-Pace offers three options when it comes to choosing a powerplant. The first is a turbocharged 2.0-liter inline four-cylinder diesel, good for 180 horsepower and 318 pound-feet of torque. Next is a supercharged 3.0-liter V-6, which is available in two levels of tune – 340 horsepower, or 380 horsepower. Both V-6 engines offer 332 pound-feet of torque.

Each of these is more than adequate for something like the F-Pace, with the top-spec F-Pace S capable of sprinting to 60 mph in 5.1 seconds and hitting a top speed of 155 mph.

However, add the letters SVR to the name, and you’re gonna need more. A lot more.

The “more” comes courtesy of two additional supercharged cylinders in Jaguar’s tried-and-true 5.0-liter V-8. It’s the same mill fitted to the F-Type SVR and Range Rover Sport SVR, although in this case, we expect output levels to match the Range Rover (542 horsepower and 502 pound-feet of torque) rather than the F-Type (567 horsepower and 516 pound-feet of torque).

Even with the slightly detuned engine, the F-Pace SVR should still hit 60 mph in the low four-second range, going on to a top speed of 160 mph.

Like the current line, the faster F-Pace will employ an 8-speed automatic transmission from ZF, which will feed a permanent AWD system as standard.

Chassis And Handling


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The F-Pace rides on the same aluminum-intensive iQ underpinnings as the XF and XE, which means it’s got the right bones for performance. In fact, Jaguar says it managed to achieve a 50/50 front-to-back distribution for the SUV’s 4,000-pound curb weight, although the addition of a large V-8 will undoubtedly make it much more nose-heavy.

Still, the F-Pace should impress if you throw it a few corners. Car And Driver drove the current model, saying, “The F-Pace is no dynamic slouch; it offers exceptionally sharp on-center steering precision and great turn-in response.”

Part of its liveliness lies in its AWD system, which sends the majority of the torque to the rear, engaging the front wheels only when needed. It’s also got optional adaptive suspension, a feature that should come standard on the SVR and would include unique calibrations for even greater SUV corner carving.

Tire duties will be handled by the same Pirelli P Zero compound as what’s equipped on the F-Type SVR.

Prices

The regular F-Pace starts at $40,990, and goes as high as $56,700 for the range-topping F-Pace S.

So how much would an SVR add to the bottom line?

Considering where a high-performance F-Pace would sit amongst the competition, plus the fact Jag charges an extra $20K for an SVR’d F-Type, I’d wager a price tag around $85,000, with plenty of opportunities for adding extras.

Competition


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While Jaguar has SVO, BMW has M. After sending its mid-size X5 in for a tune-up, this is what the Bavarians got in return – 567 horsepower and 553 pound-feet of torque from a twin-turbo 4.4-liter V-8, plus performance tuning for the AWD system, suspension, and chassis. An 8-speed automatic transmission swaps cogs. Get a good launch and the X5 M will hit 60 mph in four seconds flat. Pricing starts at $98,800.

Read our full review on the BMW X5 M.

Porsche Cayenne S


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When Porsche first introduced the Cayenne, the critics laughed and the purists balked. Now, however, this performance SUV is one of Stuttgart’s all-time best-selling models. A variety of trim levels are available, but odds are the F-Pace SVR would face off against the Cayenne S. Under the hood is a 3.6-liter V-6, which sends 420 horsepower and 406 pound-feet of torque to an eight-speed automatic gearbox and permanent AWD system. Pricing starts at $76,200.

Read our full review on the Porsche Cayenne S.

Conclusion


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As of this writing, the F-Pace is well on it’s way to becoming Jag’s top-selling model. In conjunction with low fuel prices, sustained segment growth, widespread critical acclaim, and the fact all the necessary pieces are ready and waiting for installation, an SVR variant seems almost inevitable.

And that’s a good thing. The “Pace” in F-Pace comes from Jaguar co-founder William Lyons, who said the brand should build cars with “grace, pace, and space.” With that in mind, it makes sense Jag would send its first SUV to SVO for an additional injection of pace, just in case there was any lingering doubt as to whether or not the brand has lost its way by creating a crossover.

  • Leave it
    • Late to the party
    • Loses some comfort in pursuit of speed
    • Increasing competition

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PostHeaderIcon José Mourinho Becomes 100,000th Jaguar F-Pace Buyer, Helps with the Build

Portuguese football guru José Mourinho has had an amazing life and career. From being an interpreter to a world-class manager, he is now a celebrity of a high enough caliber to score big endorsement deals such as what he has going on with JLR. As part of this deal Mourinho was awarded the 100,000th Jaguar F-Pace, and all he had to do was show up at the production line in Jag overall and pretend to work on the car.

But hey, given the success the man has had on an doff the pitch, José Mourinho deserves these special treatments. And anyway, this stunt with him paying a surprise visit to the production line was kind of cool as they made it into a little motivational event of sorts for the employees. Upon arrival at the line Mourinho, wearing bespoke Jaguar overalls, gave a team talk to the employees and motivate them to go out there and build him a nice F-Pace. He then went to the line himself and messed around for a while, fingering this and that and wiping the grille of his car with a rag.

Mourinho said: “It was an amazing experience to visit Jaguar’s factory and see all the cars, technology and hard work that goes into developing such a beautiful car. Jaguar is a brand that I have been involved with for many years. Back in 2014, I was the first UK customer to receive the F-TYPE Coupe and now to become the 100,000th Jaguar F-PACE customer is something that is very special.”

 






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PostHeaderIcon Insider Knowledge – You can Save BIG Money on the Jaguar F-Type Right Now

So, here’s the deal – Jaguar isn’t advertising it, but it’s dealers are getting a major discount for each Jaguar F-Type sold. How Much? As much as $30,000 Gertrude; that’s how much. The nitty-gritty: Dealers are getting $30,000 cash incentives on the F-Type SVR, $20,000 on the F-Type R, and $10,000 on the F-Type V-6. So, if you’re planning to buy an F-Type, walk into your dealer with this knowledge, otherwise, they might try to get one over on you. Either way, this is a pretty big deal, and even if some dealers try to play stupid, others out there are already applying a full discount. And, they should.

See, the whole point of this huge dealer cash incentive is to help them move 2017 inventories, not for them to make $30,000 on some poor guy who doesn’t know what’s going on. The dealers can mark them down as much as they want, to the maximum amount and will still get their full incentive, but, there’s a catch. See, the dealers only get the cash incentive if the sale isn’t combined with promotional financing. That means you’re either paying case or walking into the door with a check pre-written by the loan agent at your bank or credit union – you know, outside financing.

With that in mind, you could – in theory – get yourself a V-6 F-Type for as little as $50,000 if your dealer has one in stock and will give you the full $10,000 cash incentive. OF course, most dealers have already sold out of the base model, as usual, so you’ll probably have to go for an R or SVT, both of which will drain the bank a bit more. But, with when you take into account that just a week ago the F-Type SVR had a sticker of $130,000, and you can now find them listed for just over $100,000, you’re still getting a damn good deal for a car that’s still new. Oh and, by the way, there’ are absolutely no dals on the table for buying or leasing a 2018 model with all current offers expiring after the new-years blowout on January 1, 2018. So, I wouldn’t hold my breath expecting to get a better deal on a 2018 model and, for what it’s worth, the 2018 model will probably be the exact same anyway so do yourself a favor and take advantage of this deal while you still can.

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PostHeaderIcon Visual Comparison: Volvo XC40 VS Jaguar E-Pace

Volvo has recently introduced their compact, premium SUV, the XC40, in Milan, Italy. It happens to be the third vehicle to join Volvo’s SUV lineup and has a lot of work to do in a crowded segment. The Compact SUV also happens to be Volvo’s first vehicle to be underpinned by their new modular vehicle architecture (CMA) platform. This platform will also support Volvo’s fully electric vehicles of the future as the brand continues to evolve. All told, the XC40 sits below the XC60 in the lineup and competes with some other recently unveiled smaller premium SUVs like the Jaguar E-Pace.

The E-Pace borrows some of its design formulas from the flagship F-Pace Crossover, much like the XC40 borrows some DNA from its larger brethren. Surprisingly, both of these SUV’s seem to have inherited all their technologies from the bigger SUV of their lineup. Both the Volvo XC40 and the Jaguar E-Pace will be available with a thirst for diesel or petrol at the time of launch (and, depending on the market) and can be optioned with four-wheel drive as well.

Don’t be disappointed if you cannot afford the Big Daddy

The XC40 looks sophisticated compared to the E-Pace


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The XC40 may not be as muscular as its rival but it makes up for that elsewhere…


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The E-Pace gets muscular styling yet manages to look sporty at the same time all thanks to its unique design


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Both Offer Exquisite Luxury and Comfort

Premium accessories and high-end technology are the name of the game inside both models — a tough decision, indeed


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With a luxurious rear, even the kids will be happy regardless of your decision


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In the end, both models are a good choice, so which one calls your name? Let us know in the comments section below

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PostHeaderIcon Jaguar Land Rover’s New Nomenclature Is Actually Easy To Understand

Changing model names in the auto industry on the fly is actually a pretty difficult thing. An automaker who decides to adopt a change risks confusing its existing clientele, not to mention future buyers who may end up being turned off by the sheer confusion brought about by the new names. Take Audi, for example. The German automaker announced a new naming structure for all of its models, and all-around confusion has been the overwhelming response to it. As it turns out, Jaguar Land Rover is also planning to adopt a new nomenclature for its models and, wouldn’t you know it, the proposed changes are actually easy to understand.

Word of JLR’s plans come from a reader from Auto Express who spotted a Jaguar F-Type prototype that was wearing a badge reading “P380 AWD.” As it turns out, there’s more to the badge than meets the eye as the alphanumeric combination actually points to a new naming structure that both Jaguar and Land Rover are planning for their respective models. According to Auto Express, it is believed that in the case of the “P380 AWD,” the “P” stands for petrol while the “380” refers to the amount of horsepower the model has. The AWD reference is self-explanatory. In the case of the Range Rover Velar, it is believed that it will adopt the “D180” name, meaning that it’s running on a diesel engine and has 180 horsepower on tap. Likewise, the range-topping unit will also feature a “P380” nomenclature based on the model having the same engine and output as the F-Type. Even Jaguar’s upcoming electric vehicles will adopt the same naming strategy, including the Jaguar I-Pace, which is reportedly getting badged as the “E400.” And as far as Land Rover’s various hybrid models are concerned, the thought process would be for them to get “H” badges.

Continue after the jump to read the full story.

This new naming structure is a lot easier to understand than Audis


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“The “D180” name means that it’s running on a diesel engine and has 180 horsepower on tap”

Oh, Audi. Why couldn’t you have come up with an easier naming structure? I understand the rationale behind it, but the final offering made telling the difference between models all the more confusing. Apparently, Audi’s goal in this name overhaul is to do away with using engine size as part of the name and instead using the car’s power output in kilowatts to differentiate itself from other variants of the same model. More to that, the new naming strategy involves designating a “number” to classify power ranges in kilowatts.

For example, cars that will wear the “30” name produce between 81 kW to 96 kW (108 horsepower to 128 horsepower). These numbers are then staged in increments of five so the next number is 35, which will be used on models with outputs between 110 kW and 120 kW (145 horsepower and 159 horsepower). The numbering system goes on until it reaches “70” for models with more than 400 kW (529 horsepower) on tap.

The end result is new model names like the Audi A3 30 TDI, the Audi A8 50 TDI, and well, you get the picture. Or do you? If you need a simple cheat sheet to understand how the classifications are broken down, check the table out below.


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Badge identifier Power reference in kilowatts
25 80kW and under (106bhp)
30 81kW to 91kW (107bhp to 127bhp)
35 110kW to 120kW, (145bhp to 159bhp)
40 125kW to 150kW, (165bhp to 198bhp)
45 169kW to 185kW (223bhp to 244bhp)
50 210kW to 230kW (278bhp to 304bhp)
55 245kW to 275kW (324bhp to 363bhp)
60 320kW to 340kW (423bhp to 449bhp)
70 400kW and over (529bhp)

If you’re still confused, I don’t blame you. Unlike JLR’s straightforward approach, Audi’s new naming strategy is going take a lot of getting used to. And even with the passing of time, there are no guarantees that all of us can fully understand it.

“Jaguar Land Rover found a way to make all of that work while still keeping it in a plane that’s easy to understand”

All this though isn’t to say that Audi completely messed up with this endeavor. IN fairness, the move was done with the best of intentions as Audi was, among other reasons, trying to find a unified way to rank powertrains instead of displacements, which is not only inaccurate in telling the difference between gas and diesel engines, but is also downright irrelevant when it comes to electric and hybrid powertrains. That said, Jaguar Land Rover found a way to make all of that work while still keeping it in a plane that’s easy to understand. I don’t know if Audi is going to revisit this anytime soon, but if I were the German automaker, I would be looking for a way to make the new naming structure easier to comprehend.

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PostHeaderIcon Jaguar Land Rover Contemplates a Big Move That Could Shake the Very Core of the Auto Industry

Jaguar Land Rover is in the market for a new auto brand, and it’s not just gunning for any manufacturer. Nope. JLR is shooting for the big boys as it’s being reported that the company is looking to acquire a marque brand in an effort to diversify its lineup. The report comes from Bloomberg, which cited sources saying that on top of being on the lookout for an international auto brand, the company is also weighing options on potential purchases of technology firms that can complement the company’s efforts in being a leader in electric technology and autonomous driving systems.

JLR’s push for expansion reportedly has the green light of parent company Tata Motors, which is sitting on a staggering amount of cash amounting to around $6.1 billion. The immediate plan is to use that money to add new products to the fold, whether it’s an established automaker, new technologies, or increased manufacturing capacity. As for the end goal, Tata believes that it needs to build off of the success of Jaguar and Land Rover – the two companies account for 78 percent of Tata Motors’ revenue – by growing its portfolio in the auto scene. It’s still unclear which auto brands JLR is looking into purchasing, but the important thing is that it has the blessing from Tata to start doing some shopping. And, if it just so happens that JLR is going to need extra finances to close a potential acquisition, the mothership is more than willing to provide the financial support to make it happen. Don’t look now, but JLR could be on the verge of shaking up the auto industry.

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What are JLR’s options?


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It must be a good feeling for an automaker like Jaguar Land Rover to have the blessing of Tata Motors to acquire assets. It’s hard to believe that as recently as nine years ago, neither Jaguar nor Land Rover were in this position. Back then, Jaguar was struggling, and Land Rover was doing its thing, but not on the level that it is now. The fate of both brands changed when they were purchased by Tata for $2.4 billion in 2008 and look at where they are now. Both brands are thriving, to say the least.

“The fate of both brands changed when they were purchased by Tata for $2.4 billion in 2008 and look at where they are now”

Now as far as adding another automaker to the fold is concerned, there are a few candidates that JLR can look into, including two Italian marquees whose own parent company is reportedly looking to spin off: Alfa Romeo and Maserati.

Granted, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles hasn’t come out and announced any plans to sell Alfa Romeo and/or Maserati. There have been rumors though that FCA is actually considering it as part of its plans to streamline its own business and focus more on becoming more of a mass-market brand. Neither Alfa nor Maserati are considered mass-market by any means, so if FCA’s strategy is to focus more on selling volume cars, the two Italian brands will become dispensable. Previous reports indicate that if FCA does decide to go this route, it could sell both brands for somewhere around $8 billion, a figure that would be a little more than JLR’s spending money. Then again, Tata is reportedly willing to top up JLR’s funds if it means being able to close a deal so if nothing else, there’s a possibility that we could end up hearing about discussions between JLR and FCA.

“Acquiring brands like Alfa Romeo and Maserati may be the groundbreaking development here, but don’t sleep on JLR pivoting its focus on purchasing new technologies instead”

Acquiring brands like Alfa Romeo and Maserati may be the groundbreaking development here, but don’t sleep on JLR pivoting its focus on purchasing new technologies instead. It’s already invested $25 million in ride-sharing service Lyft as part of a funding round that closed earlier this year. It’s not guaranteed either, but it’s also possible that we’ll see this relationship expand into something more than one party investing on the other.

Whatever happens in the interim, this is one news story that we should be all paying close attention to. JLR’s making serious moves to be a bigger player in the auto industry and if it achieves its reported goal of bulking up its portfolio, at least one prominent automaker could be changing ownership sooner rather than later.

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PostHeaderIcon Jaguar XJ Game of Drones Puts Practicality in Perspective

Jaguar is kind of known for unnecessarily elaborate publicity stunts, whether it’s spending millions on A-list celebrities for a 30-second spot, or staging a drone race just to let you know the long-wheelbase XJ has ample room in the back. That is basically the premise of Jaguar XJ Game of Drones.

You get the feeling they had to green light this stunt simply because they came up with the title ‘Jaguar XJ Game of Drones’ and that sounded too cool not to be used. They must have thought it’ll become a memorable thing, what with the popularity of Game of Thrones. The thing itself, however, does not make much sense. Here’s what it’s all about: high-speed drones piloted by professional racers flew through three cars during the race at Alexandra Palace, on a course marked out with 13 gates the same shape as an XJL rear door and illuminated in phosphor Blue and Red to highlight two of the XJ’s stunning interior lighting options.

The point here is that were it not for the extra five inches of space Jaguar XJ LWB provides, the drones could have traveled so easily at 60 mph through the cabin. From that you have to surmise the car is easy to get in and out of, and that it has big space in the back.

“Quality and comfort are always at the forefront of our minds and this is especially true for the Jaguar XJL. The long wheelbase gave us the space to create a passenger experience that is second to none. We might not have designed it with drone racing in mind, but it’s a fun way to demonstrate the spacious environment we’ve created.”
Ian Callum, Director of Design, Jaguar






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PostHeaderIcon Jaguar I-PACE eTROPHY

Jaguar’s “Pace” lineup has grown quite quickly, with the F-Pace winning the hearts of many, and the E-Pace – the baby of the lineup – coming to life for the 2018 model year. Both of these models, however, make use of gasoline or diesel engines for motivation. Recently, however, Jaguar debuted the I-Pace Concept, a vehicle that, once put into production, will sit at the top of the lineup with its sedan-like proportions and two electric motors – the same ones that delivered 394 horsepower and 516 pound-feet in the concept. It seems that we’re actually getting a look at a high-performance version of the I-Pace long before we actually see the production car, all thanks to Formula E and a race series that will feature as many as 20 examples of the I-Pace eTrophy. Details about Jag’s newest race car are still predominantly under wraps until at least 2018, but we do know that it will be built by Jaguar SVO in the U.K.

With that said, the initial debuting of this new race car stands as an increased effort being put forth by Land Rover and Jaguar to electrify its entire lineup of new cars starting in 2020. And, with the Brits planning to ban ICE cars by 2040 altogether, the I-Pace and I-Pace eTrophy set Jaguar up nicely to be prepared for that inevitable moment 23 years from now. The I-Pace eTrophy also comes along as the basis for the world’s first production battery electric vehicle racing series – the first step in what will eventually redefine racing as we know it. But, we’re getting a little too far ahead of ourselves, so let’s take the time to take a look at the new I-Pace eTrophy race car and talk about what we can expect from Jaguars latest pet project.

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PostHeaderIcon Jaguar I-Pace eTrophy Gets Its Own Racing Series

Here’s how you know Jaguar is seriously committed to the electrification of their range. They have gone ahead and created world’s first production battery electric vehicle race series long before they actually launch their first electric vehicle. The series is designed for Jaguar I-Pace eTrophy, unveiled at the IAA to much fanfare. 

Based on the I-Pace electric crossover coupe which will be released next year as a production model, the Jaguar I-Pace eTrophy race car is built for a one-make zero-emission racing series with up to 20 cars on the grid. The races will be the support series for the FIA Formula E championship, taking place on the same weekends at the same city circuits such as Hong Kong, Paris, Sao Paolo and New York, starting in late 2018.

It is not really optional for Jaguar Land Rover to boost their effort with electrification, though. From 2020 all their new model lines will be electrified, with either hybrid or battery technology in preparation for the British government’s ban of all petrol and diesel cars from 2040. Stuff like Jaguar I-Pace eTrophy and its racing series, then, are not for fun. They will do for electric cars what the traditional motorsport did for internal combustion cars. They will be a testbed for new technologies and solutions.



Gerd Mäuser, Chairman, Jaguar Racing, said: “Jaguar returned to racing in 2016 with the mission ‘Race to Innovate’. With the launch of the Jaguar I-PACE eTROPHY we have strengthened our commitment to battery electric vehicles, international motorsport and Formula E. As a British team, we are proud to announce today the launch of the world’s first production battery electric vehicle championship. We’ve always said we want to prove our electrification technologies on the track – this is the proof. I am looking forward to seeing a full grid of Jaguar I-PACE racecars in late 2018, soon after the first Jaguar I-PACE hits the road in Europe. Ultimately this innovative series will enhance the technology in our future electric vehicles and benefit our customers.”

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PostHeaderIcon Jaguar E-Type Zero

Back in March of 1961, Jaguar unveiled the E-Type, and it wasn’t long before the world fell in love with its long hoodline, curvaceous hips, and sonorous 3.8-liter six-cylinder soundtrack. Enzo Ferrari, a man with no shortage of good looking metal at his disposal, remarked that it was the “most beautiful car ever made,” and in the more than half century that followed its release, the E-Type has remained a mainstay of automotive splendor for enthusiasts across the globe. These days, the E-Type has served as the basis for a variety of special editions and reimaginings, but now, JLR is taking its iconic two-door into uncharted water. Say hello to the E-Type Zero, an all-electric iteration that promises the same distinctive driving experience as the original, but with no gasoline involved.

Scheduled for presentation at the Jaguar Land Rover Tech Fest on September 8th, the E-Type Zero was restored and converted by Jaguar Land Rover Classic Works in Coventry, which, JLR points out, isn’t far from “where the [original] E-Type was born.” Based on a 1.5 Series Roadster from 1968, the Zero is an almost completely all-original spec, except for the powertrain, obviously. “Our aim with E-Type Zero is to future-proof classic car ownership,” says Tim Hanning, Director at Jaguar Land Rover Classic. “We’re looking forward to the reaction of our clients as we investigate bringing this concept to market.” That’s right, folks – a production iteration could be in the works. Read on for the details.

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PostHeaderIcon Jaguar Future-Type Concept

In case you hadn’t noticed, there’s no shortage of predictions when it comes time to guess what’ll happen when autonomous driving technology really takes off. One of the more popular projections is a dramatic change to the current car ownership model, with shared, on-demand vehicles taking a bite out of the high costs of car ownership that we know today. In a lot of ways, it makes sense, and now, Jaguar is jumping on the bandwagon with the new Future-Type Concept. Framed as an all-inclusive solution to the passenger transportation needs of the year 2040, the Future-Type mates advanced AI, fully autonomous driving capabilities, social sharing, on-demand ride summoning, and electric power, all with the traditional Jaguar elegance, refinement, and excitement. Or so it would seem.

“Future-Type offers an insight into the potential for driving and car ownership in the future. It’s part of our vision for how a luxury car brand could continue to be desirable, in a more digital and autonomous age,” according to Ian Callum, Director of Design at Jaguar. That’s all well and good, but what exactly are the details of that vision? Read on for a little more insight.

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PostHeaderIcon Jaguar E-Type Zero Is the Ultimate Restomod

Jaguar Land Rover Classic, a division of the British company dealing with their vintage models, ha come with something truly electric. No it’s actually, literally electric. The Jaguar E-Type Zero is a restomoded version of the old beauty powered by an electric powertrain. 

The zero in Jaguar E-Type Zero refers to the fact that it’s a zero-emission vehicle. That is thanks to a bespoke electric powertrain developing 220kW. It enables the Zero, based on a 1968 Series 1.5 Jaguar E-type Roadster, to sprint from 0 to 60 mph in 5.5 seconds. The lithium-ion battery pack has the same dimensions, and similar weight, to the XK six-cylinder engine used in the original E-type. Best of all, it is located in the same place as the engine, so there is no issue with weight balance. the electric motor is fitted to the rear of the battery pack.

E-Type Zero in Action:

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Jaguar E-Type Zero has a ‘real world’ range of 270km (about 170 miles), helped by the low weight and good aerodynamics. It uses a 40kWh battery, which can be recharged from home overnight and takes about seven hours. It is a little peculiar driving an E-Type without the raspy soundtrack of a not-so-reliable petrol engine, but the Zero enables you to enjoy the amazing looks of the E-Type without any of the mechanical issues that plague even the best preserved original.






The E-Type Zero is not officially available for sale, but the Classic division does accept inquiries about it, which means they are probably open to making a limited number of copies for a potentially eye-watering price. E-type Zero makes world debut during Jaguar Land Rover Tech Fest at Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London

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