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Jaguar will slash $3,600 off the base F-Type Coupe and $2,700 off the entry convertible for the 2017 model year. A supercharged 3.0-liter V6 with 340 horsepower and a six-speed manual will power both of them.


Jay Leno was at Laguna Seca during Monterey Car Week and got to drive a Jaguar F-Type Project 7 with designer Ian Callum. He also took a walk through the pits to learn about a racecar he had never heard of.


Sharper Claws, Cloth Top

Jaguar's scorching F-Type SVR is spied in convertible from. We've captured the British car during track testing, and we expect it could make 600 hp or more.


The crew from Xcar takes a look back on the modern performance cars they have experienced and ranks them by how good they sound. This clip is an absolute joy to the ears for anyone who loves the sound of a revving engine.


Our spy photographers at the Nurburgring have spotted a more hardcore version of the Jaguar F-Type undergoing testing. But what's it packing underneath, and will it wear the new SVR badge?


Jaguar uses an F-Type R Coupe to test the parachute that will form part of the braking system on the Bloodhound SSC as it pursues the land speed record.


A Firm Handshake Goes A Long Way

Jaguar's F-Type was just about perfect. But with the addition of a six-speed manual, it comes closer to hitting motoring nirvana.


Jaguar has equipped its F-Type R AWD coupe to serve as a rapid response vehicle for the Bloodhound SSC world land speed record attempt, set to debut at the Coventry MotoFest later this month.


JLR's Special Vehicle Operations is tipped to be working on a new F-Type SVR with 600 horsepower (or more) to become the most powerful Jaguar in history.


Jaguar is continuing to develop an even higher performance version of the F-Type with a more aggressive body, rumored to be turning up the power on its 5.0-liter supercharged V8 to take output as high as 600 horsepower.


Jaguar is adding some impressive new ownership features to the 2016 F-Type, adding to the warranty and significantly expanding the free maintenance period.


Our Editors Reflect On Their Favorite Rides From 2014

As the year comes to a close, our editors are all taking time to reflect on the machinery that made 2014 so special, with one simple, open-ended question as the guide: "What's the best car you drove this year?"


Jaguar is the latest automaker to join in on the recall action from this morning, as the British automaker has announced steps it's taking to remedy two separate problems.


Most British automakers have some manner of racing program. Aston Martin, Lotus and McLaren race as a matter of course. Bentley recently got back into racing, Morgan has dabbled here and there, even Land Rover has its off-road racing programs. The only one, it seems, that isn't racing these days is Jaguar... but that could be about to change.


The Jaguar F-Type has become an instant enthusiast favorite for its alluring design, powerful, sonorous engines and rewarding handling. In short, it's a worthy successor to the iconic mid-century E-Type. But Jaguar hasn't been sitting idly, and it's continuing to refine and enhance the F-Type with subtle yet significant enhancements, including a bunch that are debuting this week at the Los Angeles Auto Show.


New Features Make Car More Attractive To Purists And Everyday Buyers

If you're like us, you fell in the deepest, darkest sort of love with Jaguar's F-Type the moment its voluptuous form first surfaced. The car's full-bodied engine specs only furthered our ardor, and the droptop Jag sealed the deal before we even turned a wheel – all it took was hearing its engine bark to life.


Jaguar's big splash at last year's Los Angeles Auto Show was showing off the slinky F-Type Coupe; perhaps one of the loveliest car shapes on the road today. This year the company won't have a show-stopping new design to offer, but the news that all-wheel drive is coming to the F-Type range is, nevertheless, pretty spectacular.


As automotive journalists, we get to drive a lot of really cool, high-performance vehicles. It really is the single best thing about this job. However, our access to vehicles is generally limited to the newest offerings on the market. That means, much like the general public, we don't really get access to vintage iron.


Starring the Porsche 911 Turbo and Nissan GT-R Nismo

We love Motor Trend's annual World's Greatest Drag Race video. Now back for its fourth appearance, the idea of lining some of the world's fastest cars up for a ten-wide, straight-line, full-throttle run is, well... it's pretty freaking badass.


Typically, these track battle videos pair up car against car or, in more disparate circumstances, car versus crossover, as we saw the other day. While the outcome of that battle was quite predictable, what'll happen when an equally fetching (and fast) four-wheeler is put up against one of the icons of the two-wheeled world? Evo just had to find out.


The Middle Child Is Just Right

My first, ill-fated job in the auto world was at an exotic car dealer in metro Detroit. The job itself sucked, but the cars, they were exceptional. Amidst a sea of Tiptronic Porsche Boxsters, first-gen Mercedes-Benz SLKs and abused second-generation Range Rovers, there were some real gems.

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