Jaguar F Type
For what it's worth, it gains a Checkered Flag Edition
Celebrating nearly forgotten rally heritage with an unexpected F-Type.
Jaguar built just two, and both are convertibles.
Jaguar started with the XK 120 in 1948.
The 560-hp unit would power a lighter, roomier, 2+2 F-Type.
The base engine dispassionately propels a passionate coupe
There have been rumors about plans to replace the Jaguar XK since before the gentleman's coupe ended production in 2014. Depending on which rumor you read, a reborn XK could remain compact and offer a 3.0-liter turbodiesel, grow a bit and move upmarket to challenge the Mercedes S-Class Coupe, or grow even more and challenge the Bentley Continental GT as "an elegant four-seater coupe." About the only three consistent details have been that the new XK would ride on a reworked F-Type platform, that
22 units have already been spoken for.
What makes the four-cylinder Jaguar F-Type go.
We've lauded Top Gear's companion show since its debut, but as good as it's been, its latest episode may have taken too much of the main show's goodness.
The 2017 Jaguar F-Type SVR is the fastest model from the British brand since the famed XJ220.
The 2017 Jaguar F-Type SVR strikes a delicate price/performance balance compared to its rivals from Porsche and looks badass in the process.
Jaguar turns up the dial on the F-Type range with the newly leaked SVR that packs 567 horsepower and 516 pound-feet of torque from a supercharged 5.0-liter V8.
Jaguar is offering a limited number of British Design Editions based on the F-Type V6 S with a whole mess of special touches and standard equipment thrown in to make the quintessential Anglophile sports car even more so.
Harry Metcalfe explains why his Jaguar Project 7 is a very special roadster in the latest video from Harry's Garage.
Jaguar dreams up a new sleigh for Santa Claus based on the F-Type roadster but with jet engines instead of a supercharged V8 and skids instead of wheels.