What is it? Jaguar has been suffering from some bad luck of late. The negative press against diesel, combined with slumping sales of its saloon models, has meant that it has been having a trickier time of things than it really deserves. Particularly when you consider it still makes very good cars – and, fingers crossed, the new XF Sportbrake that we’re testing here is one of them.
The royal family’s Land Rovers have had their audible seatbelt warnings disabled, according to a source.
Everyone loves a bargain, right? Food, clothes, shoes – if it’s got a cut-price label, most people are interested. The same goes for cars, but finding money off a barely-used example can be tricky. However, that’s not to say they don’t exist.
Jaguar wants E-Pace owners to take the car here, there and everywhere. Adventure is the name of the game, and it’s why you’ll see E-Paces plunging through distant lands or sweeping through bends framed by craggy mountains and rivers in most of its promotional material.
The electric car market in the UK is the strongest it’s ever been, with 2018 seeing 59,911 pure-electric or plug-in hybrid vehicles registered.
Land Rover is celebrating 30 years of one of its most iconic nameplates with a new special edition – the Discovery Anniversary.
As you might’ve noticed in the headlines this month, Jaguar’s been having a bit of a tough time of it. Sales of its traditional saloon-shaped models – the XE, XF and XJ – have shrunk dramatically in the last 12 months.
The future’s electric – that’s what many car manufacturers would have you believe. In recent years, there’s been a surge (excuse the pun) in the adoption of plug-power, and Jaguar is the one of the latest to join the electro-fray with this, the I-Pace.
New research has revealed that some diesel cars on British roads are even more polluting than initially suspected.
Jaguar Land Rover is said to be planning cuts of up to 5,000 jobs in 2019 as part of major cost-saving measures.
The first example of Toyota’s new Supra sports car won’t be sold conventionally but is to be auctioned off for charity instead.