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Yet Another Jaguar F-Type Turns itself into Pool of Molten Aluminum


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It’s not yet been established what it was that caused this new Jaguar F-Type (with 5,000 km / ~3,100 miles on the odometer) to burn beyond recognition, on the hard shoulder of a German autobahn. It’s not the first time it has happened, and it looks as if the damage this time was exactly as severe as the previous one – eerily so, even…

Watch 2016 Jaguar XE Presentation Live Now - First 25 Official Photos


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Jaguar's all-new XE compact executive sedan will come out of the shadows today at a little after 2:15 PM EST (or 18:15 GMT / 19:15 BST / 20:15 CET) during a special event in London, which you can watch below.

Ian Callum's Restomod Jaguar Mark 2 to Enter Production, But You Probably Can't Afford It


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"Why do the things we love have to cost so much?" is the question you'll be asking yourself upon learning that the Ian Callum-redesigned Jaguar Mark 2 will be produced. That's because the restomod Jaguar MkII will cost between £350,000 and £375,000 or $575,200 to $616,300 / €441,700 to €473,300.

This is What Ian Callum Thinks a Jaguar Mark 2 Restomod Should be Like [w/Video]


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We wonder when Ian Callum will stop climbing the coolness scale. His contemporary designs for Jaguar are great and they show he has a real appreciation for the brand’s history and heritage.

Jaguar F-Type vs. New Subaru WRX STI - Which One Will Win?


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All-wheel drive can provide only so much of a head start in a drag race against a two-wheel drive car. These type of models usually shoot off the line (if launched properly; a tricky endeavor) but unless they have as much power as a Nissan GT-R, in order to maintain the momentum, they begin to lose out.

Does This Jaguar F-Type Sound Like it has a Manual Gearbox?


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Can you tell the type of transmission of a car running around the Nürburgring simply by hearing the noises it makes?

Jaguar Radiographs New XE Sedan's Dashboard and Tech [w/Video]


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You've seen the XE's face, you've seen its body and you've seen what it looks like without its clothes, and now, Jaguar wants you to see its cabin through a virtual x-ray machine.

XCAR Says Jaguar XFR-S Was Made for Your Inner Child


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The Jaguar XF is an executive sedan that doesn’t normally inspire passion.

Jaguar XE Has 75 Percent Aluminum Body, Does Wonders for Fuel Economy


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Jaguar is preparing for the global debut of its entry-level XE sedan on September 8 in London with new information about the vehicle, which is expected to be the most fuel-efficient Jaguar ever made.

Jaguar F-Type V6 S Meets Mercedes SLK55 AMG in Head2Head


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Here are two cars you don’t normally see together in a shootout, though they do kind of fight for the same class’ laurels. The Jaguar F-Type, in V6 S trim, with 375hp, is a perfect match for the Mercedes SLK 55 AMG, a car running a more powerful 410hp V8 – it’s also a bit lighter too.

XCAR Puts Jaguar F-Type and its Ancestors Side by Side on the Track


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Are you in the mood for a history lesson? If the answer is yes, XCAR is looking at the F-Type’s lineage that include the C-type, D-type and the legendary E-Type. Jaguar has always combined luxury with sportiness, but these cars are all about performance.

Jaguar Shows How its New Virtual Windscreen Concept Works


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You don’t have to look at Jaguar’s virtual windscreen concept in any particular way or angle to see how it could be useful for driving on the motorway, when you’re slightly tired, and also when you take your car onto a track and need all kinds of information conveyed back to  you in real time.

Jaguar F-Type R Coupe Dancing on the Nurburgring is a Thing of Beauty


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When Jaguar announced that the F-Type will also have a coupe version, one whose top of the range variant will be even more powerful than the Roadster, most sports car aficionados were probably overcome with joy.

Jaguar F-Type Project 7 Detailed in New Video


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To its credit, Jaguar has managed to retain the essence of the Project 7 roadster concept when it turned it into the F-Type Project 7 limited-series production model.

Jaguar F-Type R Tested Against 2015 Nissan GT-R


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The recently refreshed Nissan GT-R remains one of the fastest production cars on sale today and one of the most reasonably-priced supercars. But now it has to face (some) competition from the V8-powered Jaguar F-Type R Coupe which delivers exactly the same output of 542 hp (550PS) as the Japanese car.

Jaguar Reveals Production 567HP F-Type Project 7, Heads to Goodwood [w/Video]


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Few people believed Jaguar’s Project 7 show car that was unwrapped at last year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed would ever be produced, but the British automaker proved everyone wrong by announcing that it will build 250 road-going examples.

Jaguar XJ220 Burnout Gives New Meaning to "Lighting Up the Rears…"


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This is another video in the exact same vein as those that have preceded it from TaxTheRich100, the YouTube user that has several supercars lined up, ready to be driven like you haven’t seen these kinds of cars driven before.

MT Pits Jaguar F-Type Coupe Against Porsche 911 50th Anniversary Edition


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While it's plausible for many to go out and buy the Jaguar F-Type Coupe based on style alone, it’s actually a car that offers far more in terms of driver enjoyment than reviewers have come to expect from a Jag two-door.

Jaguar F-Type RS Spotted at the Ring with Huge Snowplough Splitter


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The first thing that struck you when looking at the previously posted photos of the Jaguar F-Type RS or R-S was the car’s huge chin – its protruding front splitter. Obviously serving an important aerodynamic purpose, it wasn’t a mule/prototype bolt-on bit because now the same car has resurfaced unchanged.

Brilliant 1956 Jaguar XKSS Driven and Examined by Jay Leno


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Basically a road-going version of the racing D-Type, the XKSS only came about because Jaguar had a bunch of chassis that they did not need any more, after withdrawing from racing competitions at the end of 1955.