Jaguar News

Tuesday, 18 June 2019

17 June
Waymo's kitted-out Jaguar I-Pace models are being seen testing in public

We've known about the Waymo Jags for a while, but this is our first good look at what they've been up to since they were announced.

CNET - ROADSHOW

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17 June
Jaguar confirms I-Pace recall for potential brake issue

System failure on 2018 and 2019 models could result in extended stopping distances Jaguar has issued a voluntary global recall notice for its I-Pace electric SUV.  Owners of 2018 and early 2019 models have been advised of a fault with the...

Autocar

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16 June
Cupra Ateca vs. Jaguar E-Pace: Can You Ignore the Badge and Buy a Hot SUV?

Jaguar is great at making four-door sedans feel dynamic yet comfortable, but it couldn't sell one to save its life. So the leaping feline went into crossovers and SUVs. The E-Pace is its Range Rover Evoque alternative, and many young Europeans have...

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14 June
Jaguar XE 2019 long-term review

Should more people searching for a true driver's car consider Jaguar's compact saloon? We're finding out over six months with an XE Why we’re running it: To evaluate Jaguar’s under-appreciated entry saloon and discover whether some of the UK’s...

Autocar

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13 June
Matt Prior: Jaguar's country roads gave its XJ the edge

Jaguar XJ’s driver engagement isn’t enough to save it Porsche's engineers spend a lot of time on the autobahn, Jaguar's on the A444 to Nuneaton. Guess whose sports saloons are more usable? It was interesting to drive the new Porsche Panamera...

Autocar

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12 June
Jaguar's Castle Bromwich staff face move to four-day week

Imminent departure of current XJ prompts JLR to reconsider shift patterns at one of its main production facilities Jaguar Land Rover’s Castle Bromwich plant could be moved to a four-day working week, according to reports. The 2500 workers at the...

Autocar

07 June
BMW, Jaguar Land Rover Team Up To Build Electric Vehicles

The two premium automakers will jointly develop electric motors. Jaguar Land Rover and BMW have announced a new partnership that will see them split the costs of developing electric cars, more specifically new electric drive units for future EVs....

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06 June
Jaguar's XE SV Project 8 Gets a Touring Spec That's Wingless but Still Looks Wild

In a move reminiscent of Porsche's 911 GT3 Touring, Jaguar has revealed a new Touring specification for the crazy XE SV Project 8 sedan that removes the rear wing and lowers the car's top speed.

Car and Driver

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05 June
BMW Rekindles Love with Land Rover (and Jaguar) to Make Electric Powertrains

BMW and Jaguar Land Rover have agreed to share development costs for future electric vehicles.

Car and Driver

05 June
BMW and Jaguar Land Rover Unite to Develop EVs

BMW and Jaguar Land Rover are joining forces to develop electric and hybrid vehicles, the two automakers have announced. The aim of the collaboration is to ultimately reduce the cost needed to develop what’s known as electric drive units (EDUs),...

TU Automotive

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05 June
Jaguar And BMW Join Forces On Next Gen Electric Drive Systems

Former FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne predicted long ago that car companies would have to join forces as automotive research and development costs continue to rise. The insightful Italian-Canadian cautioned companies from spending billions to develop...

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