Crossovers are ruling the roost nowadays and almost every car maker wants one in its portfolio. In a recent interview with Carplace.uol.com.br, Mr. Dmitry Kolchanov, regional director, Jaguar Land Rover Overseas confirmed that Jaguar is planning for a major overhaul in five years and the segment of crossovers will be explored. However, he didn’t divulge [...]
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The Jaguar F-Type is the car that has been making Page 3 news all over the world. Being a spiritual successor to the original Jaguar E Type and a competitor to the Porsche 911/Porsche Boxster, the F-Type has built a huge fan following already. Global deliveries of the F-Type are yet to commence. And yet, here it is – The Jaag has flown down to India for what we probably think would be homologation. The...
Extending its presence in the Middle East, Jaguar Land Rover has inaugurated its brand new engineering test centre in Dubai, in order to conduct hot weather research, development and testing. Sprawling over an area of 11,120 square feet, the facility is located at Al Barsha, Dubai. Temperatures of the desert in the area can reach [...]
Several images of a stretched, three-windowed Jaguar XJ were floating on the internet today. The photographs were leaks from the Chinese patent office and naturally given the Chinese’ love for extra wheelbase, reports of Jaguar planning a super-long XJ (Jaguar makes the XJ in long wheelbase form too) began to emerge quickly on the internet. [...]
We were the first publication to inform you that the F-Type is headed to the Indian shores way back in February 2013. Now, AutocarIndia brings us some intricate details of the pan India debut.
Note: We conduct our acceleration tests on closed roads and take the highest of safety precautions while doing so. In the real world, we’re believers in obeying traffic rules, especially the speed limit and the seat belt and we urge our readers to do only that.
The road ahead is clear and the temperature is ideal. So is the tarmac. Two clicks on the touchscreen and the aircon of the XKR-S is switched OFF. I don’t need that, what I do need are all the horses the 5-liter supercharged V8 engine has. Plus, I don’t want to hear the aircon’s fan over the quad-exhausts.