We have never done a back-to-back comparison, but in edition #193 we put the new E-Pace up against the established Range Rover Evoque in a one-on-one shootout. They are siblings, and the model specs are the same – so what do we conclude?
Remember TWR winning Le Mans for Jaguar in 1988 for the first Jaguar-time since 1957? Well, we were there with our cameras, and now we present the behind the scenes story about how the UK and US legs of TWR blended, and all of the insights you probably don’t know. It is history rewritten.
… and how about D-Types, and XK-SS racing in Cuba? Did you know that occurred even after Castro’s revolutionary overthrow of the corrupt Batista government? You will be amazed that one very rich Cuban had three D-Types in less than 12 months. It is all there to discover.
Then there is the story of Cliff Ruddell who you probably won’t know, but who had a big hand in probably designing the Jaguars you own or admire immediately post-Sir William Lyons.
The MkX saloon has been under-rated – but it is back in this edition – while Graham Gauld has been to Classic Le Mans and found four rare Cooper Jaguar sports racing cars.
… and there is heaps and heaps more.
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