Newer Jaguar Models
The Jaguar F-Type is a two-seat sports car, based on a shortened platform
of the XK convertible, manufactured by British manufacturer Jaguar Cars from
It is the spiritual successor to the famous E-Type. It is also the replacement
for the Jaguar XK.
The car was launched initially as a soft-top convertible, later with a coupé
version launched in 2013
The Jaguar XJ is the name of a series of flagship, full-size, luxury cars
sold by the British automobile brand, Jaguar Cars.
The XJ line has had a long history, with the first model released in 1968.
The original model was the last Jaguar saloon to have had the input of Sir
William Lyons, the company's founder, and the model has been featured in countless
media and high-profile appearances.
The current Jaguar XJ was launched in 2009. It is one of the official cars
of the royal families and UK Prime Minister
The Jaguar F-Pace (codename X761) is a compact luxury crossover SUV made by the
British car manufacturer Jaguar Cars, the first model to be built by Jaguar
in the crossover SUV class.
It was formally announced at the 2015 North American International Auto Show
in Detroit, with sales expected to commencing in 2016 following an unveiling
at the International Motor Show Germany in Frankfurt in September 2015. The
design of the F-Pace is based on the 2013 Jaguar C-X17 concept car.
The Jaguar XE (codename X760) is a midsize car manufactured by the British manufacturer
Jaguar. The model was launched at the March 2014 Geneva Motor Show, with production
beginning in April 2015.
The XE is the first midsize car Jaguar has produced since the 2009 model year
X-Type and is the first of several Jaguar models to be built using Jaguar's
new modular aluminium architecture, moving the company away from the Ford
derived platforms that were used in the past for the X-Type and XF.
The use of Jaguar's own platform allows the XE to feature either rear-wheel
drive or all-wheel drive configurations, and it is the first car in its segment
with an aluminium monocoque structure.
The Jaguar XF is an executive/mid-size luxury car and estate produced by British
car manufacturer Jaguar. It was first unveiled in autumn 2007 as a replacement
for the Jaguar S-Type.
The XF was developed at Jaguar's Whitley design and development HQ in Coventry
and is built at Castle Bromwich Assembly facility in Birmingham.
During its development the XF was known by its codename X250.
The F-TYPE SVR is the first Jaguar SVR and the fastest F-TYPE ever. Developed
by Jaguar Land Rover Special Vehicle Operations to be lighter, quicker, faster
and more powerful while remaining tractable and useable day-to-day.
Customers may specify and order their F-TYPE SVR now, ahead of the global
debut at the Geneva Motor Show. Pricing announced today from £110,000 for
the Coupé and £115,485 for the Convertible.
Supercharged 5.0-litre V8 develops 575PS and 700Nm
Acceleration from 0-60mph takes just 3.5 seconds, with a top speed of 200mph
for the Coupé
Enhanced aerodynamics package of front bumper and splitter, flat underfloor,
carbon fibre active rear wing and rear venturi reduces lift and drag. Uprated
chassis featuring new dampers and anti-roll bars, wider tyres, lightweight
20-inch forged wheels and new, stiffer rear knuckles
Jaguar C-X75 is a hybrid-electric, 2-seat, concept car produced by Jaguar
which debuted at the 2010 Paris Motor Show. The C-X75 concept produces 778
horsepower through four YASA electric motors, each of which drives one of
the four wheels. The batteries driving these motors are recharged using two
diesel-fed micro gas turbines instead of a conventional four-stroke engine.
It is described as an ideas model that will influence future design and technology.
In May 2011 Jaguar announced plans to build from 2013 until 2015 a limited
production of the Jaguar C-X75, with a downsized, boosted petrol engine instead
of the micro gas turbines in the concept car.
The plug-in hybrid supercar price was estimated between GB£700,000 – GB£900,000
(US$1.15 – US$1.48 million) depending on local market and taxes.
A maximum of 250 cars were planned to be built in partnership with Formula
One team Williams F1. The production version was expected to have an all-electric
range of 50 km (31 mi).
In December 2012 the carmaker announced the cancellation of production due
to the ongoing global economic crisis. The car was featured in Spectre, the
twenty-fourth James Bond film