British luxury and sportscar maker Jaguar is now committed to finding and restoring classic Jaguars and Land Rovers.
A ‘Dead Man’s Car’ is one that only becomes available when the owner dies. Owning one is an impossible dream, unless someone puts them back into production.
The ill-fated Jaguar XJ220 was once the fastest production car in the world but is now mothballed due to a lack of tires, if you can believe it.
Should you give in to temptation and be the owner of the coolest daily drive on the road, or should you save it for special occasions?
Less than a week to go until the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance and we are gearing up to watch several luxury car manufacturers make history.
Jaguar’s first-ever SUV delivers sportiness, power and grace despite its tough facade.
The long-term answer is to celebrate all that’s good about British motoring by the Goodwood Festival of Speed to the Chinese mainland.
British automaker Jaguar confirmed that the legendary 1957 classic, the XKSS, will be returning to 21st century roads but there will only be nine.
British racing legend Stirling Moss lends his name to the remake of the legendary car that won him the Silverstone in 1958.
The car company aims to create a new experience for supercar fans with the F-Type.
The British automaker has achieved a new sales milestone with burgeoning demand for its utility-styled vehicles.
Tweaks abound, inside and out, to remind the world that the F-Type might be the coolest sports car built in Great Britain.
Over the course of 2015, Audi, BMW, Mercedes, Volvo and McLaren have all set or are anticipating new sales records.
Behold the shortlist of nominees for European Car of the year 2016, released ahead of the awards ceremony on February 29 at the 2016 Geneva Motorshow.
The Land Rover Defender, Jaguar C-X75, and Range Rover Sport SVR from James Bond film “Spectre.”
Jaguar’s first SUV has driven straight into the record books by performing the world’s largest-ever loop-the-loop as part of its Frankfurt reveal.
Jaguar will reportedly follow-up the F-Pace SUV with a larger crossover model, which is being referred to as the Jaguar J-Pace.
Jaguar has introduced the 2016 model year XJ full-size sedan which comes with a series of updates.
Jaguar unveiled its new XF model in a spectacular test drive on a high wire over London’s River Thames on Tuesday.
British car exports to China have increased five-fold since 2009, driven by a demand for luxury brands such as Rolls-Royce and Jaguar.