Jaguar XK

Jaguar XK

Hosted by CBS 3’s Marc Howard and Alycia Lane, this one-of-a kind outdoor display of classic antique and modern luxury motor cars at the Philadelphia Museum of Art will feature the exclusive Philadelphia area debut of the 2007 Jaguar XK. Highlighted by private tours of the museum’s exclusive Andrew Wyeth exhibit for invited guests, all proceeds will benefit the United Cerebral Palsy. Dr. Frederick Simeone, Philadelphia area neurosurgeon, philanthropist and renowned classic car collector, (...)
With its new XK model, Jaguar is ringing in a new era in modern sports-car design. From the outside, the XK’s ultra-modern look and the use of innovative technologies such as the light aluminum body make the new Jaguar sports car stand out from the crowd. Inside the XK, a further innovation is the center console module from Delphi Corp. The module flips open a new chapter in mechatronics technology. Dominated as they once were by rows of buttons and switches, Delphi has now designed a (...)
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Jaguar is proud to announce a new era in its sports car lineage - the all-new XK. Like all great Jaguar sports cars, the focus of the all-new XK is firmly on the future, while acknowledging the marque’s rich history. It heralds a new era for Jaguar in terms of both design and engineering, and it is the most technically advanced Jaguar ever built.

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To reward major advancements in traffic safety, the World Traffic Safety Symposium recognizes organizations and individuals that are creating a safer environment for motorists and pedestrians. Each year, nominations are submitted for the Symposium’s Achievement Awards and winners are selected by the Symposium’s Advisory Committee, which is comprised of auto safety experts from government agencies, educational institutions, private foundations and individuals with a passion for the (...)
Jaguar has secured an industry lead with its new state-of-the-art ’JaguarWatch’ Stolen Vehicle Tracking Device, available initially on the new XK, which went on sale on March 16th 2006. In an era of security conscious motoring, Jaguar’s lead in achieving Thatcham Category 5 accreditation for JaguarWatch is also an industry "first" for supplying a pan-European stolen vehicle tracking device. Statistics show that whilst vehicle-related crime has been falling steadily, it still (...)
The new Jaguar XK has picked up a major reader award as ’The Most Exciting Car to be Launched in 2006’ at the prestigious What Car? Car of the Year Awards, held in London last night. Thousands of readers of www.whatcar.com and the woman’s glossy magazine Eve voted the new XK top of 10 cars not yet on sale, but due to be launched in 2006. Steve Fowler, Group Editor of What Car? magazine, commented: "This clearly demonstrates the affection that the British public still has for the brand (...)
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The new Jaguar XK Jaguar XK has picked up a major reader award as ’The Most Exciting Car to be Launched in 2006’ at the prestigious What Car? Car of the Year Awards, held in London last night. Steve Fowler, Group Editor of What Car? magazine, commented: "This clearly demonstrates the affection that the British public still has for the brand and the excitement when a new Jaguar sports car is around the corner. We’re looking forward to giving our own verdict on the car in the coming weeks and maybe (...)
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Jaguar announced pricing for the new XK today following the official unveil of the convertible model at the Detroit Motorshow. Customers can now place an order for the new model with prices starting from 102991$ for the coupe and 113442$ for the convertible. The launch of the new XK marks the beginning of an exciting era for Jaguar in terms of design and engineering, and reinforces the marque’s reputation for building beautiful, fast cars that are as rewarding to drive as they are gorgeous (...)
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The new Jaguar XK has picked up a major reader award as ’The Most Exciting Car to be Launched in 2006’ at the prestigious What Car? Car of the Year Awards, held in London last night. Thousands of readers of www.whatcar.com and the woman’s glossy magazine Eve voted the new XK top of 10 cars not yet on sale, but due to be launched in 2006. Steve Fowler, Group Editor of What Car? magazine, commented: "This clearly demonstrates the affection that the British public still has for the brand (...)

The Jaguar D-Type sports cars were produced from 1954 through 1957. These factory-built race cars were similar to the C-Type, but given more powerful engines, improved chassis, and aerodynamic bodies.


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