Top-end luxury and performance models dominated the Los Angeles Auto Show, with the 2014 Jaguar F-Type Coupe leading the A-list of stars.
A variant of Jaguar’s new F-Type roadster, called Project 7, was developed as a way to pay homage to the marque’s seven victories at Le Mans between 1951 and 1990.
In the days when it was producing the XK120 sports car (1948 through 1954), Jaguar was on the leading edge of design.
Since its model-year 2009 debut, Jaguar’s sensuous XF sedan has emerged as one of the British automaker’s greatest hits, with a lineup that has expanded to include a turbocharged
Following the Jaguar E-Type’s debut, at the 1961 Geneva International Motor Show, Road & Track’s Henry N.
It’s a testament to the mechanical excellence and enduring beauty of Jaguar’sXF that five years after its debut it remains a supremely compelling choice among executive-class seda
Most Jaguar disciples considered the standard Jaguar XK coupe and roadster—with their 5-liter engines and 385 hp—naughty enough.
In a race for pinks between Jaguar’s supercharged 550 hp XKR-S convertible and a U.S. Navy F/A-18 Hornet, an aircraft that produces 36,000 pounds of thrust, which would win?
PICK OF THE LITTER
1957 Jaguar XKSS
Seldom does the brand name Jaguar evoke a car suited for unbridled extroverts, a vehicle that is the shameless, attention-seeking life of the automotive party.
If one of the rarest and most desirable supercars of the past were updated to offer modern levels of speed, handling, and comfort, the resulting vehicle ought to be fantastic.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the E-Type Jaguar, and Bonhams auction house will give collectors two reasons to celebrate when it auctions a pair of spectacular examples
It’s not every day that a bona fide concept car — particularly a splendiferous flight of fancy like the Jaguar C-X75—makes the leap to the production line, but in this case it is
With the arrival of so many new or thoroughly updated models from top manufacturers, 2011 could be called the Year of the Sedan.
Driving the XKR175 is as refreshing as reading a Jaguar review that has no feline references. Jaguars have never been known as hot rods; even the marque’s byword of the XK era—"Grace .
No Spare Change
Museum Row along the Miracle Mile in Los Angeles is home to the Petersen Automotive Museum, which will host a slew of supercars, both classic and contemporary, from March 5 to October 16 during an
There are very few cars on the road today more handsome than the Jaguar XKR Convertible.
Since the launch of the original XJ6 in 1968, Jaguar fanciers have regarded the XJ as one of the world’s sexiest sedans.
Behind the wheel of the Jaguar XK Convertible is a great way to spend sunny day.
With a 0-to-60-mph time of 5.2 seconds, the Jaguar XK is certainly no slouch and handles curvy roads much better in coupe form.
The superfast, stunningly elegant Jaguar XKR should erase all concerns about the brand’s resurrection and any questions about the restoration of its vitality.
The torque of the normally aspirated engine is adequately satisfying, until you experience the higher-output Supercharged XJ.
The 2010 Jaguar XJ represents the most dramatic redesign of the sedan since its introduction in 1968.
The redesigned Jaguar XJ looks young and stylish—just like the type of person who is apparently supposed to drive it.
A 4.2-liter V-8 engine provides enough power to make the Jaguar XF Supercharged a respectable sedan, but makes no attempts at living up to the British brand’s racing pedigree.
When Jaguar unveiled its supercharged version of the XF sedan, we found ourselves wondering why—when Jaguar traditionally uses an "R" to distinguish its supercharged racing-performance models—the
The modern exterior styling, the gear selector that lifts from the center console, and the push-button start that beats like a heart, are all visual reminders of Jaguar’s dedication to creating so