Jaguar hasn’t made up its mind yet on the next F-Type, but going down the EV route seems possible.
Lister plans to give 10 lucky customers a proper adrenaline rush with their new LFT-C.
This limited edition F-Type features bespoke badging, 20-inch alloys and some special accents in the cabin.
Harry Metcalfe reveals just how expensive it was to own 16 cars and 14 motorcycles last year.
No such thing exists, but if it did, it would probably find lots of customers lining up.
Electric powertrain could join the Ingenium turbo fours and BMW V8 to expand the next-gen F-Type’s appeal.
A convertible rally car isn’t something you see every day, but that’s just what Jaguar made out of its F-Type roadster.
Special-edition F-Type marks seven decades since the launch of the Jaguar XK120.
The aerodynamic kit features several updates compared to the show car revealed earlier this year at the Geneva Motor Show.
The two cars might be as different as they come, but their 0-100 km/h acceleration times are similar.
The next-generation Jaguar F-Type could stay front-engined, but adopt a BMW-sourced twin-turbo V8.
Jaguar is also working on an updated XE which will have a significantly improved interior.