F-PACE WINS WORLD DESIGN OF THE YEAR

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The F-Pace was declared the 2017 World Car Design of the Year at a press conference hosted by the New York International Auto Show, Bridgestone Corporation, and Autoneum.

This is a second design award for Jaguar. The Jaguar F-Type previously won the World Car Design of the Year award in 2013.

Ian Callum, Director of Design, Jaguar, said: “The F-PACE is our first ever SUV but it is clearly recognisable as a Jaguar and for it to win the 2017 World Car Design of the Year trophy vindicates our decision to bring our unique design principles and dynamic qualities to a new sector of the market.”

The World Car Design of the Year category, and the corresponding award, are meant to highlight new vehicles with innovation and style that push established boundaries.

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IT'S F-TYPE WITH FOUR CYLINDERS – NEW MODEL

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Jaguar has revealed a four-cylinder version of the F-type sports car, which joins the existing V6-engined coupé and convertible versions in its line-up.

The newcomer, which will also be offered in closed-roof and soft-top forms, is powered by a 1,997cc turbocharged Ingenium petrol engine developing 296bhp at 5,500rpm, with 295lb ft of torque from 1,500-4,500rpm.

 

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IT'S F-TYPE WITH FOUR CYLINDERS – NEW MODEL

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Jaguar has revealed a four-cylinder version of the F-type sports car, which joins the existing V6-engined coupé and convertible versions in its line-up.

The newcomer, which will also be offered in closed-roof and soft-top forms, is powered by a 1,997cc turbocharged Ingenium petrol engine developing 296bhp at 5,500rpm, with 295lb ft of torque from 1,500-4,500rpm.

A SPECIAL JAGUAR REUNION IN BRISBANE

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Today a very special Jaguar thing happened.

Derek Sager, who drove the first E-Type in Africa, and whose father was the Rhodesian Jaguar distributor, met Southern Rhodesia-born long time owner of a former Southern Rhodesia E-Type and rode in the car too – all in north Brisbane, Australia!

It was the first time Derek had been in an E-Type since 1962 – and Roy has owned the car for many years.

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Lots of stories were exchanged.  It is all coming up in detail.

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JAGUAR LAND ROVER WINS GOVERNMENT FUNDING

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Britain’s Business Secretary Greg Clark has awarded over £100m of Government funding to projects, including one by Jaguar Land Rover, that will help develop the next generation of driverless and low-carbon vehicles, as part of the Government’s Plan for Britain.

Jaguar Land Rover, which has its engine manufacturing base at i54 near Coven, Penso Consulting and Westfield Sportscars are leading three projects that will receive £19.2 m worth of grants from the latest round of funding from the Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC), the joint industry-Government programme to put the UK at the forefront of low carbon vehicle technology.

The cutting edge projects cover a wide range of new innovations which will help the UK to become a global leader in low-emissions technology.

Projects include a collaboration between Jaguar Land Rover, technology companies and universities to develop new lightweight vehicle technology.

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