Jaguar is honing its XE SV Project 8 performance version, the car it calls its fastest four-door ever built. The manufacturer says the limited edition, 200mph sedan is almost production ready, after countless small adjustments.
This could be the last year to score a Jaguar with the carmaker's 3.0-liter supercharged V6. Autocar reports that Jaguar deep-sixed the XE S and XF S in the UK due to poor sales and difficulty coping with European emissions regulation changes taking place this year. The mag expects the XJ and F-Pace to lose the V6, too, but suspects the F-Type might retain the engine. It's possible, however, the bent-six with up to 380 horsepower and 339 pound-feet of torque might finally be retiring for a reaso
Supercharger + AWD + snow = fun times by all.
An XE in name alone.
It gets great fuel economy and has power when and where you need it.
The XE's charming chassis and clattery diesel is an automotive odd couple.
It's the most powerful street-legal Jaguar ever.
The alternative is a gasoline engine that requires premium fuel.
The baby cat is getting claws.
The lineup adds some safety equipment and a fuel payment app, too.
We talk Chicago debuts, what we're driving, and buying advice, with some bad jokes thrown in for good measure.
The latest word has it that Jaguar Land Rover's Special Vehicles Operations department is working on SVR versions of both the F-Pace and XE - both to pack the company's celebrated supercharged V8.
With its first SUV and a new sedan, the iconic British brand – now owned by India's Tata – seeks a broader audience in the mass market.
The latest episode of Motor Trend's Head 2 Head presents a comparison we've been anticipating for years, the Jaguar XE against the BMW 3 Series.