Jaguar is taking advantage of an insatiable appetite for crossovers and SUVs among car buyers by adding a second to its line-up ahead of the electric I-Pace next year.
Jaguar has revealed a high-performance version of the XE saloon, the SV Project 8, costing a cool £149,995.
Jaguar has introduced a new 300PS Ingenium petrol engine for the XE and XF saloons and F-Pace SUV.
Jaguar has confirmed the E-Pace compact SUV will make its debut on July 13, with prices expected to start at £28,500.
Jaguar is back in the premium estate sector with the new XF Sportbrake, which is available to order now priced from £34,910.
Jaguar has driven its first electric vehicle – the Jaguar I-Pace – on the streets for the first time.
Jaguar has announced a range of enhancements to its model range, including a new low emissions engine for the F-Pace.
Jaguar has launched an app in partnership with Shell allowing fleet drivers to pay for fuel, log mileage and save receipts using their car’s touchscreen.
Jekyll and Hyde XE becomes an ‘ex’ as we hand it back
The XE is continuing to prove itself a more than capable company car.
Can driving on ‘eco’ mode really make much difference to fuel consumption? We put the theory to the test in our Jaguar XE, which has four driving modes: normal, eco, dynamic and rain/ice/snow.
Jaguar revealed its I-Pace concept last night (November 14), a high performance all-electric SUV which is expected to go on sale in 2018.
Jaguar Land Rover has appointed Rachael Thompson as sales director, moving from her previous role as national sales manager for Jaguar.
Ingenium engines and aluminium architecture are crucial to JLR’s sales success, according to Jon Wackett
Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) believes the popular view of autonomous cars as ‘driverless’ is wrong.
Jaguar Land Rover plans to create a fleet of more than 100 research vehicles over the next four years, to develop connected and autonomous vehicle technologies.
Jaguar Land Rover has demonstrated research technologies that would allow a future autonomous car to drive itself over any surface or terrain.
The UK motor industry has restated its view that staying in the EU is best for its business and best for British jobs, just days ahead of the referendum.
JLR is predicting its true fleet sales will grow by 50% this year compared with 2015, with further double-digit growth expected through to 2020.
Nissan and Jaguar Land Rover are taking advantage of a £38.2m Government fund to reduce the structural weight of their vehicles by up to 60%.
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