While owning a wild and exciting rear-wheel-drive sports coupe like the new Jaguar F-Type sounds like an absolute blast, there is a large part of the population that likes their sports cars with a little less drift and a lot more traction. Show More Summary
The Jaguar F-Type is one of the most compelling sports cars to come along in years, primarily because it adheres so closely to the classic sports car formula: open top, two seats, rear-wheel drive. (The sexy looks, sexy speed and sexy noises help too.) So why would Jaguar add all-wheel drive to that equation? Read more...
Automakers conduct driver training programs on racing circuits around the world for a variety of participants: journalists, customers, even celebrities. And at a recent session of the Jaguar Performance Driving Academy at the Circuit...Show More Summary
Although it has been missing from top-level motorsport for more than two decades now, Jaguar remains one of the world’s most successful race car manufacturers. Between the early 1950s and the early 1990s, the Brits brought home no less...Show More Summary
Jaguar has extended its support to Team Sky by designing, engineering and building a bespoke F-TYPE Coupé high performance support vehicle for the team to use during Stage 20 of the race—which will see riders traverse from Bergerac to… Jaguar Builds F-TYPE Concept to Support Team Sky in Tour de France Stage 20 is a post by Brian Farmer on Highsnobiety.
Jaguar has extended its support as an Innovation Partner to Team Sky by designing, engineering and building a bespoke F-TYPE Coupé high performance support vehicle for the team to use....
Automaker Jaguar is once again teamed up with the British professional cycling crew Team Sky to build the Jaguar F-Type Team Sky Edition. Built specifically for the upcoming Tour de France, the car boasts both form and function. Read the rest of the story at: Jaguar F-Type Team Sky Edition
Some say that cars and bicycles mix like sheep and cattle, and that supercars and bicycles mix like bears and sea otters. Jaguar has other ideas with the creation of a bespoke version of the F-Type Coupé for the Team Sky British professional...Show More Summary
The Tour de France is typically a two-wheeled affair, dominated by cyclists yearning to capture the prestigious yellow jersey. While the 2014 event winds its way through Europe, Stage 20 will see an altogether different conveyance wind...Show More Summary
A special one-off Jaguar F-Type support vehicle has been created for this year’s Tour de France. This unique Jaguar F-Type was created specifically for stage 20 of this year’s Tour de France. Being an individual time trial stage, where riders set off one-by-one to attack a 55km course, this modified coupe is capable of carrying [...]
Having introduced the F-Type Project 7 at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in June 2014, Jaguar Land Rover’s Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) division is already off to a great start. Now, only one month since its first creation debuted...Show More Summary
We’ve all seen the Porsche 911s and Lamborghini Gallardos rolling through town, aerodynamics spoiled by a pair of bikes perched precariously on the roof. Well, now Jaguar’s gotten on board, with its new Special Vehicle Operations outfit revealing an F-TYPE coupe customised for just such a job. Show More Summary
Special Vehicle Operations unit adds rack for $27K bikes.
Jaguar has revealed the second completed vehicle to be developed by its new Special Vehicles Operations, and this one’s even wearing the new SVO logo of the personalization department. The vehicle is a bespoke F-Type that not only celebrates Britain’s Team Sky cycling squad competing in the Tour de France, but also further showcases...
Jaguar showcases their amazing, once-off F-Type coupe to be used as a support vehicle for Team Sky in the penultimate stage of this year's Tour de France.
Jaguar Land Rover Special Vehicle Operations built a special F-Type for Team Sky, who will be using it on Saturday during the Tour de France time trial. Loudness is guaranteed. Read more...
Nissan’s Qashqai SUV arrived in Australia this week, priced from $25,850 plus on-road costs. Four trim grades, two engine options (one petrol, one diesel) six-speed manual and CVT automatic transmissions are available, but the all-wheel-drive option from the outgoing Dualis has not been carried over. Show More Summary
What’s Hot: Dripping in style, brilliant suspension, sharp steering, punchy drivetrain. What’s Not: Quite heavy for a coupe, some options should be standard. X-FACTOR: It's like a silken sledgehammer - killer looks with killer performance. Show More Summary