Jaguar Land Rover To Be All-Electric By 2025

JLR is making a bold shift to EV, but is it possible?

By Tom Martin | February 17, 2021
Review: 2021 Jaguar F-Type R — Jag’s Wildest Creation Yet?

With 575 Horsepower and a 0-60 time of well below 4 seconds, this latest Jag rips.

By Peter Nelson | December 03, 2020
Video: POV 2018 Jaguar E-PACE P250 SE AWD

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Ride with Winding Road in the 2018 Jaguar E-PACE. Model: 2018 Jaguar E-PACE; MSRP: $44,300; MPG: 21 city / 28 highway; Horsepower: 246 hp @ 5,500 rpm; Towing capacity: 1,653 lbs…

By Winding Road Staff | January 23, 2019
WR TV: 2016 Jaguar F-Type S Coupe (6MT)

When Jaguar launched its sleek new sports coupe a few years back, its mission was clear – to go toe to toe with the best of Europe and America, and that includes the industry’s high performance standard bearers like the Porsche 911 and the Chevrolet Corvette.

By Bradley Iger | November 09, 2015
WRR TV: 2015 Jaguar Project 7 Hot Laps at Big Willow

Ride along with us as we go for a pair of hot laps around Big Willow in the Jaguar Project 7. Created to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the D-Type, the Project 7 borrows some of the car’s iconic styling cues, including the single rear fin behind the driver and the British Racing Green paint with white racing stripes. But for anyone concerned that this is just a retro appearance package festooned to a V8 S convertible F-Type, we have some good news.

By Bradley Iger | October 08, 2015
Jaguar Shows Off See-Through Pillars and “Ghost Car” Navigation Future Tech

Historically, the Mercedes-Benz S-Class has been the model which foretells the future of the common automobile – after all, features like ABS, stability control, and adaptive cruise control all made their production car debuts in an S-Class, and typically it takes about five years of progress for those innovations to become commonplace in the market. Jaguar Land Rover might be looking to shake things up in that regard though, as the automaker has just announced the development of a pair of new technologies which have every indication of being as revolutionary as anything we’ve seen from Daimler.

By Bradley Iger | December 16, 2014
Update: 2016 Jaguar F-Type Gets Manual Gearbox, AWD with Some Caveats

Ahead of the official reveal at the LA Auto Show, Jaguar let it slip that 2016 F-Types would be getting a new all-wheel-drive option, and that the F-Type lineup would expand from six to 14 derivatives next year. Now the specifics of that gameplan have been revealed, and part of it includes – shockingly, in this day and age – the expansion of the lineup to include a traditional manual gearbox on specific models.

By Winding Road Staff | November 21, 2014
Jaguar Launching New Historic Racing Series

Jaguar has announced that it will be creating its own one make series for vehicles made by the British automaker before 1966. Accordingly, the 2015 Jaguar Heritage Challenge will offer entry to C-Types, D-Types, E-Types and Mk I and MkII sedans of said vintage. The series builds upon the success of the Jaguar E-Type Challenge and will be administered by the Historic Sports Car Club.

By Winding Road Staff | November 14, 2014
Update: AWD Jaguar F-Type to Debut in LA

Los Angeles creates the ideal backdrop for a curvaceous sports car like the F-Type, which is why Jaguar chose to unveil the striking F-Type Coupe at last year’s LA Auto Show. This year Jaguar will bring the F-Type back to the City of Angeles to showcase several new variants of the F-Type, one of which has now been confirmed as an all-wheel-drive version of the two seater. The British automaker states that AWD is just one of a number of performance enhancements set to debut later this month.

By Bradley Iger | November 06, 2014
Update: Jaguar Officially Unveils the XE

After a succession of teaser images and rumors, the British automaker has finally taken the wraps off their newest creation, the XE, the brand’s BMW 3-Series fighting mid-sized sport sedan. During today’s unveiling, Jaguar pointed out that this sports sedan would be the “backbone of the business”, and accordingly, the XE is not simply a reboot of the X-Type, but rather a clean slate, aluminum-intensive design that utilizes the latest and greatest in Jaguar’s constantly evolving bag of tricks.

By Winding Road Staff | September 08, 2014
Jaguar Special Operations to Build Continuation Lightweight E-Types

At today’s opening reception of the Concours D’Elegance, Jaguar’s Special Operations division unveiled the Lightweight Continuation E-Type cars that their team has set out to build. Between 1961 and 1975, a mere dozen Lightweight examples of the E-Type were built by the factory, and they remain some of the most coveted Jags in history. Jaguar had originally planned to build 18 of the Lightweight E-Types, and the Special Operations team has set out to make good on that initial goal while staying as faithful to the original build process as possible.

By Bradley Iger | August 14, 2014
Update: Jaguar Unveils the Face of the XE Sports Sedan

Jaguar is in the midst of a bit of a renaissance, and one of the most important products in the works is the upcoming 3-Series fighter, the XE. We’ve seen teaser images and renderings of the chassis, motor and front exterior in the past, but as part of today’s FEEL XE announcement, which will be an “audio-visual spectacle” that’s set to start on September 8th to mark the arrival of the new model, we’re now getting a look at the front of the sports sedan in production form.

By Winding Road Staff | July 30, 2014
Driven: 2015 Jaguar F-Type R Coupe

We’ve spent some quality time with the convertible version of the Jaguar F-Type over the past year or so, and while that car in both V6 and V8 flavors delivered some pretty divine open-top motoring and, in the case of the V8 model, offered one of the most compelling exhaust notes we’d ever heard in a production car, we were anxious to get behind the wheel of a hard top F-Type and see if the coupe’s added rigidity would translate to a substantially more capable F-Type.

By Bradley Iger | July 14, 2014
WR TV: 2014 Jaguar XF V6 Supercharged AWD

This week we’re taking a look at Jaguar’s mid-sized all wheel drive sports sedan. The XF has stiff competition in the segment from the likes of the BMW 5-Series, the Audi A6, and Mercedes Benz E-Class, but this cat’s claws might just be sharp enough to steal some sales from the established leaders.

By Winding Road Staff | July 10, 2014
Classic: Jaguar D-Type

Developing a successor to the Jaguar C-Type was a daunting task. The roadster had won the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1951 and 1953 so its heir had to be highly competitive, but stiff competition from big names like Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz and Aston Martin made winning the endurance more difficult than it had ever been.

By Ronan Glon | July 04, 2014
Preview: Jaguar F-Type Project 7

First showcased as a concept car at last year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed event, the road-going tribute to the legendary D-Type caused such a sensation at the show, Jaguar decided to bring back the Project 7 for this year’s event, too. There is a notable difference, however – this one is the production version, which is set to go on sale later this year, and it’s the fastest-accelerating road car Jaguar has ever made.

By Bradley Iger | June 27, 2014
Gallery: Nine of the Greatest Jaguar Race Cars Ever Built

Our friends at Motorsport Retro brings us this gallery of the most legendary Jags built to attack a road course. A decade ago, Jaguar decided to bow out of the F1 series, exiting worldwide motorsport indefinitely. Regardless, Jaguar’s 50-year racing history still stands, and it includes some of the most incredible racing machines each era of competition had to offer. While Jaguar might be more well known for their road-going sportscars, racing icons like the XJR-9 and D-Type still hold special places within the hearts of motorsport fans worldwide. Here’s a look at some of the most notable racing Jags ever to grace the race track.

By Winding Road Staff | May 06, 2014
Preview: 2016 Jaguar XE

Earlier this month at the Geneva Motor Show, many thought Jaguar would take the wraps off their X-Type successor. While the new car didn’t make an appearance in the flesh, Jaguar did bring a few interesting tidbits about the new mid-sized sports sedan, dubbed the XE.

By Winding Road Staff | March 18, 2014
Driven: 2014 Jaguar F-Type V8 S Convertible

Last year, Jaguar gave us a the opportunity to get some seat time with both the V6 S and V8 S models of the F-Type drop top. While spending a few hours with a car on a predetermined route can offer a fair bit of information about what it’s like to drive in certain situations, spending an unsupervised week with it provides you with a better idea of what it’s like to live with in the real world. It also gave us a chance to record some footage with one of the most raucous and intoxicating exhaust notes this side of pit lane.

By Bradley Iger | February 24, 2014
Overview: Jaguar F-Type Project 7

This is the overview page for the Jaguar F-Type Project 7. Rumors, news, reviews, road tests, specifications, videos, awards, and other relevant information will all be included here as they become available.

By Winding Road Staff | January 02, 2014
Overview: 2016 Jaguar XE

This is the overview page for the 2016 Jaguar XE. Rumors, news, reviews, road tests, specifications, videos, awards, and other relevant information will all be included here as they become available.

By Winding Road Staff | January 01, 2014


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