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Jaguar to Take a Shot at McLaren with a Mid-Engined F-Type in 2022

Jaguar to Take a Shot at McLaren with a Mid-Engined F-Type in 2022

Is the Cat Badge cooking up a new supercar?

These days, when it comes to superlative performance, it looks like mid-engined hybrid powertrains are the way to go. Now it looks like Jaguar is prepping just such a configuration with a fresh successor to the F-Type.

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Jaguar Will Drop its V-8 Engines to Make Room for an Inline-Six with Electric Turbo

Jaguar Will Drop its V-8 Engines to Make Room for an Inline-Six with Electric Turbo

There’s also four new models on the way

Jaguar Land Rover is making sweeping changes to its engine lineup, and one of the casualties of these changes is the outdated and overused, 5.0-liter V-8 engine that both Jaguar and Land Rover have routinely used in a lot of its models. The V-8’s exit will eventually give way to high-performance versions of the upcoming Ingenium inline-six engine, including one version that will come with an electrically powered turbocharger.

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Jaguar Could Be Jumping Into the Coupe-SUV Segment

Jaguar Could Be Jumping Into the Coupe-SUV Segment

Trademark filing of "C-Pace" name adds weight to the rumors

As if the F-Pace, I-Pace, and E-Pace aren’t enough, Jaguar is reportedly looking to add yet another member to its growing family of crossovers and SUVs. If reports are to be believed, the next model on the plate is the C-Pace, the name Jaguar filed with the European Union Intellectual Property Office a few days ago. The filings were made under multiple categories within the EUIPO’s system, including Nice Classification 12 for motor vehicles.

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Jaguar's Hints of a Possible Hypercar Gives Us Hope That The C-X75 Could Still Happen

Jaguar’s Hints of a Possible Hypercar Gives Us Hope That The C-X75 Could Still Happen

It could also be a new model altogether

Jaguar’s I-Pace Engineering Manager, Dave Shaw, Hints that a new electric hypercar could happen in the future, raising speculation that the C-X75 Concept from the 2010 Paris Motor Show could eventually go into production.

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Despite Technological Advances, Jaguar Aims to Always Produce True Driver-Oriented Sports Cars

Despite Technological Advances, Jaguar Aims to Always Produce True Driver-Oriented Sports Cars

No one’s going to stop wanting pure-bred performance cars

Just because autonomous cars are expected to become daily drivers for a lot of people one day, that doesn’t mean traditional, performance-driven cars are going to become obsolete in the future. That’s the sentiment expressed by Jaguar Land Rover’s head of product strategy, Hanno Kirner. According to Kirner, enthusiast-centric cars could still thrive amidst the changing landscape of the industry, largely because interest in them will never go away.

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Jaguar Contemplates I-Pace SVR Tuning and Training-Based Performance Restrictions

Jaguar Contemplates I-Pace SVR Tuning and Training-Based Performance Restrictions

It’s a brave new world out there, and automakers must be careful

Jaguar hasn’t officially confirmed the I-Pace SVR, but a recent interview with Autocar shows that the brand isn’t only considering it but is contemplating what type of performance it should deliver and just how much would be safe. In other words, 0-to-60 and top speed performance of the I-Pace SVR and future electric cars will be important, but they won’t necessarily be engineered with a supreme focus on these things.

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The Jaguar XK Could be Revived as a 2+2 F-Type Sedan

The Jaguar XK Could be Revived as a 2+2 F-Type Sedan

Could well be a Family Sports Car, for all we know!

A lot of brands these days are reviving their retired models; for instance, Honda with the ’Insight’, and Ford with the ‘Mach 1’, to name a few. The latest entrant to this list is Jaguar with the XK. Seeing the success of theF-Type, Jaguar didn’t see the need to keep the XK around and discontinued it in 2015. However, it’s all set to return in a new avatar. Can it stay alive this time around without sacrificing itself for the other models in the line-up?

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Jaguar Plans To Cook Up The Project 9; It Just Doesn't Know What It's Going to Be

Jaguar Plans To Cook Up The Project 9; It Just Doesn’t Know What It’s Going to Be

There’s no timetable yet for the follow-up to the Project 8

Following the success of the Jaguar Project 7 and Project 8, Jaguar’s Special Vehicle Operations is already working on its latest creation. Nothing is known about the car at the moment, but John Edwards, the boss of SVO, said that it’s coming. That should be good news to those who were left out on getting the F-Type based Project 7 when it was released in 2014 and the XE-based Project 8, which arrived last year.

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Jaguar Drops Plans for an XE SVR, Leaving the Project 8 as the only XE to Sport a V-8 Engine

Jaguar Drops Plans for an XE SVR, Leaving the Project 8 as the only XE to Sport a V-8 Engine

Just like that, tears swelled up in the eyes of millions

Despite all the rumors that it was going to happen, Jaguar is not building the V-8-powered XE SVR. The supposed model was generating a lot of hype because of all the speculation surrounding it, but a new report from Car and Driver is popping that balloon. The Jaguar XE SVR is not happening, folks. That leaves the limited run XE Project 8 as the only XE model to feature a V-8 engine.

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Jaguar's Plans for a J-Pace Flagship SUV are Taking Shape as Ian Callum Takes Aim at the Porsche Cayenne and Mercedes GLS

Jaguar’s Plans for a J-Pace Flagship SUV are Taking Shape as Ian Callum Takes Aim at the Porsche Cayenne and Mercedes GLS

If it happens, the so-called J-Pace will sit above the F-Pace in Jag’s SUV pecking order

Jaguar’s plan to launch a bigger SUV to sit above the F-Pace is taking shape. A new report from Autocar reveals that there’s more to the rumor than what we previously thought. Apparently, the model already has a yet-to-be-confirmed name — J-Pace — and a tentative launch timetable of 2021. Once it’s out, the model is expected to sit above the F-Pace and serve as Jag’s flagship SUV.

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Jaguar is Mulling a Large, Premium SUV; It Just Shouldn't Compete Against the Range Rover

Jaguar is Mulling a Large, Premium SUV; It Just Shouldn’t Compete Against the Range Rover

It could happen as long as it doesn’t step on Land Rover’s toes

Add Jaguar to the growing list of automakers that have become open to the idea of a full-sized SUV joining its lineup. The British automaker didn’t confirm any specific plans, but it did say that the option is on the table, as long as it doesn’t impede on the territory currently occupied by any of Land Rover’s models. If a full-sized Jaguar SUV does come to fruition, it would be the fourth high-riding vehicle with a Big Cat badge, joining the F-Pace, E-Pace, and the upcoming all-electric I-Pace.

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Confirmed: Jaguar SVO Will Get its Hands on Jaguar's EVs; an I-Pace SVR Could be in the Cards

Confirmed: Jaguar SVO Will Get its Hands on Jaguar’s EVs; an I-Pace SVR Could be in the Cards

exciting times indeed

The I-Pace is Jaguar’s first EV and, despite the fact that it’s barely been released from the incubator, the folks over Jaguar Special Vehicle Operations are itching like crackheads to get their hands on it. SVO boss, John Edwards told Motoring that a high-performance version of an EV wouldn’t be easy but not that it’s impossible. And, that it’s not all about performance, it could extend to luxury and comfort as well. And, to add the icing to the cake, it’s quite possible that the could wear SVR badges.

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