Jaguar’s XJ 2.7 Diesel has been named the greenest luxury car on Britain’s roads in the Environmental Transport Association’s 2007 Car Buyers Guide. The award, presented by television presenter Janet Ellis at the RIBS in London recognises Jaguar’s commitment to delivering CO2 and fuel consumption advantages to customers with the development of its industry-leading diesel engines and application of advanced lightweight aluminium vehicle architectures.
The ETA guide (...) > Full story
A 2007 Jaguar XJ of York caught fire in a parking lot after it’s owner Mr Elmer- luckily the owner was not in the vehicle when it caught fire. The owner had just received the car and it only had 11 miles on it. Apparently there was some sort of elecrical problem with the vehicle and it caught fire in the parking lot.
The 2008 Model Year XJ revealed today at the Geneva Motor Show has again raised the standard for luxury cars offering customers a range of visual changes, technological advances and additional features on all models.
The flagship of the Jaguar range, the XJ continues to be respected and admired by customers throughout the world. Already renowned for its all-aluminium body construction, state-of-the-art technologies, outstanding craftsmanship and build quality, the new XJ is now even more (...) > Full story
Jaguar is working on a replacement for its XJ limousine that will go into production in late 2009. The model will be codenamed X351 and it is supposed to be a very important competitor on the luxury market.
Destined to be even more radical than the XF, which replaces the S-Type later this year, X351 is being pitched against some of the most glamorous and desirable cars on the planet.
The next XJ will feature many design elements from the C-XF concept: the narrower nose with narrower (...) > Full story
The Jaguar XJ has been named ‘Luxury Car of the Year’ for the second consecutive year at the BusinessCar Awards 2006. Voted solely by BusinessCar readers, the Jaguar XJ was first choice over competition from BMW, Audi and Lexus.
Tristan Young, Editor-in-Chief at BusinessCar said: “Despite the launch of a new Mercedes S-Class in the past year, Jaguar’s XJ still took the honours in this class.
There may not be many cars that qualify under the "luxury car" heading, (...) > Full story
What exactly is hiding behind the garage-doors in the Sultan’s palace, nobody knows for sure. We heard of an Audi S8 with full chrome paint (car is banned on the national roads in at least 84 countries), custom made cars such as Ferrari TestaRossa F90 Speciale, several custom made Aston Martins, a Bentley Java, six Dauer 962 LMs, a unique right-hand-drive Mercedes CLK-GTR, Mercedes-AMG, 7 or 8 McLaren F1’s and McLaren F1 LM ‘s, Lamborghini Diablo Jota, and a Porsche 959. All of these were bought with money from the oil revenues that his family owns.
Jaguar’s award-winning XJ range retains its status as the most beautiful and value-for-money collection of luxury saloons on sale today thanks to a host of updates and additional features for the new 2007 Model Year.
Jaguar’s long-standing commitment to creating beautiful, contemporary, fast cars is reinforced once again with the unveiling of the new, special edition 400bhp XJR Portfolio. This supercharged performance saloon continues the evolution of the design cues first seen on the striking Concept Eight show car which starred at the New York International Auto Show in 2004.