JAGUAR F-TYPE: MORE POWER, MORE FEATURES

Jaguar has announced the 2022 F-Type will have added power and more standard features. All models are powered by a 5.0 supercharged V8 engine with power outputs ranging from the R-Dynamic P450 with 331kW, through to the F-Type R with 423kW. They feature a Switchable Active Sports Exhaust system with quad outboard mounted exhaust pipes. They drive through an eight-speed Quickshift automatic with full manual control using either the SportShift gear selector or the gearshift paddles Exclusively rear-wheel drive, the new 331kW P450, 5.0-litre supercharged V8 with maximum torque of… Read more

JAGUAR LAND ROVER IS PARTNERING WITH COP26

Jaguar Land Rover has advised that it is partnering with COP26 ahead of the vital climate change summit in Glasgow in November. It will be providing a fleet of electrified vehicles to world leaders and delegates attending the summit, including the all-electric performance SUV Jaguar I-PACE, as leaders and their teams travel to and from the venue. As part of its new global strategy Reimagine, Jaguar Land Rover aims to achieve zero tailpipe emissions by 2036, and net-zero carbon emissions across its supply chain, products and operations by 2039. The… Read more

JAGUAR C-TYPE CONTINUATIONS

Jaguar Classic is bringing a strictly limited run of new C-type Continuations in celebration of the iconic model’s motorsport heritage, 70 years after it first raced to victory at the Le Mans 24 Hours. The C-type Continuation will be hand-built at Jaguar Classic Works in Coventry, to the specification of the 1953 ‘works’ C-types that dominated that year’s Le Mans 24 Hours, scoring the C-type’s second Le Mans win. The team at Jaguar Classic has painstakingly researched the C-type’s history for the Continuation’s exacting specification, bringing Jaguar’s heritage to life… Read more

JAGUAR LAND ROVER IS DEVELOPING A PROTOTYPE HYDROGEN FUEL CELL ELECTRIC VEHICLE

Jaguar Land Rover is developing a prototype hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) based on the new Land Rover Defender, with testing scheduled to begin this year. The FCEV concept is part of Jaguar Land Rover’s aim to achieve zero tailpipe emissions by 2036, and net zero carbon emissions across its supply chain, products and operations by 2039, in line with the Reimagine strategy announced last month. FCEVs, which generate electricity from hydrogen to power an electric motor, are complimentary to battery electric vehicles on the journey to net zero… Read more

JAGUAR F-TYPE HERITAGE 60 EDITION

Jaguar is marking the 60th anniversary of its legendary E-type sportscar in 2021 with the introduction of a limited-edition 575 horsepower (423kW) V8 Supercharged F-TYPE Heritage 60 Edition. Just 60 examples of these all-wheel drive sportscars will be available for sale worldwide, each one hand-finished by the personalisation experts at SV Bespoke. Aussies have long loved Jaguars, especially the quick ones and it’s great to see that five Coupes have been secured for the Australian market. A specially curated commemorative specification includes solid Sherwood Green paintwork, an original E-type colour… Read more

2021 JAGUAR E-PACE

The Jaguar E-Pace SUV has been heavily revised inside and out for the 2021 model year. At the front there’s a revised lower aperture and the grille mesh has with changes to the diamond-shaped detailing. New side fender vents feature the iconic Jaguar Leaper emblem. At the rear, the lower bumper features a new mesh insert which sits between the integrated tailpipes. The LED rear lights feature Jaguar?s graphics. All models are available with the Black Exterior Pack with bespoke elements finished in Narvik Black. The cabin has embossed Jaguar… Read more

2021 JAGUAR XF ANNOUNCED

Jaguar has given us details of the facelifted XF Saloon that’s coming here in the first months of 2021. It has a new front bumper with larger and lower air intakes for increased visual width. The front grille features a mesh design detail inspired by Jaguar’s heritage logo. The side fender vents now feature the iconic ‘Leaper’ emblem. At the rear there’s a wider bumper and body-coloured rear upper valance, which visually lowers the car, and darkened rear light surrounds. New seats feature wider cushioning, massage functions and enhanced coverage… Read more

JAGUAR F-PACE HAS MAJOR REVISIONS

Already one of the best looking prestige SUVs, Jaguar F-PACE now has an even smoother look. It features a new sculpted bonnet with a wider power bulge and smoother, more precisely defined surfaces. At the rear, slimline lights feature Jaguar’s double chicane graphic. The new bumper design and sculpted new tailgate change the appearance noticeably. New seats feature wider cushioning, new massage functions and enhanced coverage of the heated and cooling areas. Premium LED technology is fitted as standard across the range and is available with Auto High Beam Assist… Read more

JAGUAR I-PACE: MAJOR IMPROVEMENTS

The Jaguar I-PACE all-electric SUV now delivers even more technology. It is the first Jaguar to feature the new Pivi Pro infotainment system which is fast and responsive, with enhanced EV navigation that can show you if nearby charging stations are available. This navigation function will be available in Australia and, in some cases, it will also show whether it is available or not. However this is dependent on the charging station itself supporting sharing of such information. I-PACE now comes with an 11kW on-board charger as standard, enabling owners… Read more

JAGUAR E-TYPE

1961 E-Type Jaguar

To many motoring fans the E-Type Jaguar is just as sensational a car today as it was when first introduced back in 1961. It said as much about the ‘Swinging Sixties’ as the Beatles or the mini-skirt. It was vivacious, sensuous, shocking and fast. But a sign of its greatness was that it was no passing fad. Over the years the love affair between this beautiful sports car and enthusiasts everywhere has endured. The E-Type took the D-Type concept and adapted it for the road, making its level of performance… Read more