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Jaguar Land Rover Classic is presenting an electric-powered Jaguar E-type at the Jaguar Land Rover Tech Fest, which opens to the public on 8 September in London. The car, known as E-type Zero, has been restored and converted at Jaguar Land Rover Classic Works in Coventry, not far from where the E-type was born.

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TESTING THE NEWEST XJ-R AND 25 YEARS OF 'R'

April 19, 2017

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Meet the bold and in your face newest XJ-R.  We picked it up with less than 300 kilometres on the clock, and will bring you our extensive report in the coming edition after putting it through its paces.  It is exciting though I can already promise.

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More than that though, we fittingly also commemorate 25 years of Jaguar’s R models, and stack the new supercharged V8 X351 alongside the first ever supercharged Jaguar, the X300 six cylinder classic for a comparison.

It’s all happening next.

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JAGUAR LAND ROVER'S FIRST INGENIUM PETROL ENGINE

April 18, 2017

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Jaguar Land Rover’s £1bn Engine Manufacturing Centre (EMC) celebrated production of its first Ingenium petrol engine, which will debut in vehicles later in the summer. The inaugural petrol engines mark the completion of the first phase of the EMC; a fully flexible, state-of-the-art manufacturing plant that now serves Jaguar Land Rover’s three UK vehicle plants.

Hailed as the most significant new automotive manufacturing facility in the UK in the last decade. Production of the 2.0-litre, four-cylinder petrol Ingenium engine, adds to its line-up, which also includes the ultra-low emission 2.0-litre 150PS, 163PS and 240PS four-cylinder diesel engines.

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HERE IS THE NEW XF SPORTBRAKE

April 18, 2017

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Jaguar has made no secret that it was coming, and this is barely a disguise but here is proof of the newest XF Sportbrake.

The second half the year is looking like a big one for Jaguar with lots of new models and update including this one and the E-Pace – a smaller F-Pace.

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GET READY FOR A RAFT OF NEW JAGUARS – Automobile

April 17, 2017

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The all-electric I-Pace SUV due for 2018 is pitched as a turnaround car.

It delivers 400 horsepower and battery life is 186,000 miles.  The I-Pace will be built by Magna Steyr in Graz, Austria. Jaguar could launch a roomier, three-row version featuring a larger energy pack.

The E-Pace will make its debut in September at the Frankfurt show.

The next-generation XJ sedan, due in 2019, was planned to be an all-electric vehicle but there’s been a change of heart. “We thought long and hard about this,” admits an insider, “but the world may not yet be ready for a second EV from Jaguar.”

Under consideration now is a matrix architecture that packages internal combustion, plug-in hybrid, and pure electric powertrains. Design chief Ian Callum’s team initially pitched a sporty coupelike concept, but top management favors an elegant, long-wheelbase, three-box sedan aimed at China and the U.S. For the plug-in hybrid model, a 335-hp version of the new 2.0-litre Ingenium four-cylinder gasoline engine, supported by a 134-hp electric motor, is likely.

The next-generation F-Type, due for 2020, is the last of the new Jaguar cars on the immediate horizon. The coupe/roadster twins will grow in size to deliver more cabin space and will introduce new infotainment and connectivity features.

 

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F-PACE ALSO DELARED 'MOST BEAUTIFUL CAR IN THE WORLD'!

April 12, 2017

DOUBLE WIN FOR JAGUAR F-PACE

2017 WORLD CAR OF THE YEAR

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2017 WORLD CAR DESIGN OF THE YEAR

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The Road to World Car journey ended with the declaration of a double win for Jaguar Land Rover Limited. The JAGUAR F-PACE won the 2017 World Car Design of the Year award as well as the overall 2017 World Car of the Year.

Dr Ralf Speth, CEO Jaguar Land Rover said: “The F-PACE was designed and engineered as a performance SUV with exceptional dynamics, everyday usability and bold design. Winning these two awards endorses the talent and great work of our teams that have delivered the world’s most practical sports car and Jaguar’s fastest selling vehicle.”

The JAGUAR F-PACE was chosen from an initial entry list of 23 vehicles from all over the world, then a short list of ten, then three finalists as announced in Geneva last month: the Audi Q5, the Jaguar F-PACE and the Volkswagen Tiguan

 

F-PACE WINS WORLD DESIGN OF THE YEAR

April 12, 2017

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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

April 12, 2017

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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

April 12, 2017

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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

April 12, 2017

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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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