In its latest video, Xcar interviews Jaguar's great test driver Norman Dewis. He tells some fantastic stories about the company from the '50s and '60s, including being at Le Mans in '55 and driving an XKE overnight from London to the Geneva Motor Show.
In 1967, a British newspaper commissioned Marcello Gandini and Bertone to rebody a Jaguar E-Type. What resulted was the one-of-a-kind Pirana concept, which stopped by Jay Leno's Garage in the middle of its restoration.
Jaguar only made about 10,000 XJ Coupes in the 1970s, and only a couple thousand of them had the V12 engine. Former Evo editor Harry Metcalfe just so happens to have a peach of an example in his garage, and shows us around in this latest video.
The latest in a string of impressive new technologies from Jaguar Land Rover alerts the driver to potential hazards from pedestrians, cyclists and motorcycle riders through a series of lights, chimes and vibrations.
Jaguar has revealed the name of its new 'performance crossover.' It will be called "F-Pace," a moniker sure to raise some eyebrows. It will also have five seats, Instinctive All Wheel Drive and All Surface Progress Control for handling unkind elements. Read all about it and watch a video right here.