Jaguar XJ: Innovations
Discover the XJ - Flagship of the Jaguar range. Beautiful,
exhilarating...and sustainable. With intuitive technology and innovative
thinking, the XJ defies preconceptions and reinterprets the luxury saloon:
Top Gear testing a Jagur XKR vs Aston Martin
The Jaguar XK series (XK8 and XKR) is a grand tourer produced by British
car maker Jaguar since 1996. The car was introduced in Geneva Motor Show on
5 March 1996. It is the replacement of the XJS, and is available as a
coupé and convertible. Currently in its second generation, the XK8 was the
first 8 cylinder vehicle produced by Jaguar, when the Jaguar AJ-V8 engine
Aston Martin Lagonda Limited is a British manufacturer of luxury sports
cars, based in Gaydon, Warwickshire. The company name is derived from the
name of one of the company's founders, Lionel Martin, and from the Aston
Hill speed hillclimb near Aston Clinton in Buckinghamshire
From 1994 until 2007 Aston Martin was part of the Ford Motor Company,
becoming part of the company's Premier Automotive Group in 2000. On 12
March 2007, it was purchased for £479 million (US$848 million) by a joint
venture company, co-owned by Investment Dar and Adeem Investment of Kuwait
and English businessman John Sinders. Ford retained a US$77 million
stake in Aston Martin, valuing the company at US$925 million
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Race with the Sunrise - The New Jaguar XJ - Top Gear - BBC
Jeremy Clarkson races the new Jaguar XJ against something even bigger and
more powerful - the rotation of the Earth itself.
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Jaguar C-X75 Electric-Turbine Concept
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paying homage to some of its most admired cars of years gone by. Advanced
design features such as a ground-breaking propulsion system and active
aerodynamics allow for an elegantly simple fuselage section that remains
stable at very high speeds.
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Take a look into the past with Angus MacKenzie and the Jag that never got
its chance to roar... Until now.
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Audi R8 v Porsche 911 v Jaguar XKR - What Car? reviews everyday supercars
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the most useable supercars are like to live with. Can the Audi R8, Porsche
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2015 Jaguar XE, first presentation
2015 Jaguar XE, first presentation
London, 8th September, 2014 - The Jaguar XE has been revealed to the world
during a star-studded event held at Earl’s Court, London.
A true driver’s car, the rear-drive Jaguar XE redefines the concept of
the sports saloon thanks to its advanced lightweight construction,
streamlined styling, luxurious interior, and outstanding ride and handling.
The XE goes on sale in 2015, with the high-performance S model at the top
of the range.
The XE S rewards drivers with the responsiveness and refinement of its
supercharged 3.0-litre V6. Generating 340PS and 450Nm of torque, this
high-revving engine is linked to an eight-speed automatic transmission with
paddle shift controls, giving the driver immediate access to the
vehicle’s incredible reserves of power. Accelerating to 0-60mph in just
4.9 seconds, the XE S has an electronically-limited maximum speed of
High-efficiency 2.0-litre Ingenium diesel: 75mpg, 99g/km CO2
Aluminium-intensive monocoque – the first in the mid-size segment
Exhilarating performance, precise handling, supple ride
Dynamic design, classic rear-drive stance
Lightest and stiffest Jaguar saloon yet
Most aerodynamic Jaguar ever made: Cd 0.26
Intuitive new InControl infotainment system
Intelligent Active Safety technologies to support the driver
Low cost of ownership: highly competitive fuel economy, emissions,
insurance ratings, service intervals and residual values
Indicative pricing for the XE range: from £27,000
The first Ingenium engines to come off the line are 2.0-litre four-cylinder
diesels. Clean combustion, variable Exhaust valve timing and sophisticated Exhaust gas aftertreatment ensure Euro 6
compliance and take the XE’s CO2 emissions as low as 99g/km in the case
of the 163PS/380Nm variant*. More powerful versions will be available too,
combining exceptional fuel economy and even greater responsiveness.
The 2.0-litre turbocharged direct
injection petrol engines are powerful and refined and generate strong
torque from low speeds, ensuring excellent launch performance and mid-range
response. Two ratings will be available in the XE, and both will be offered
with a lighter version of the ZF 8HP automatic used in the rest of the
Jaguar range: this benchmark eight-speed transmission is controlled using
Jaguar’s unique rotary shift selector. Ingenium diesels will also be
available with a highly efficient six-speed manual – low viscosity oil
and pseudo dry-sump lubrication cut parasitic losses. All of the XE’s
transmissions are characterised by exceptionally smooth, quiet shifts.
The XE is the first car in the world to be equipped with All Surface
Progress Control (ASPC). This all-new system, developed with the input of
decades of Jaguar Land Rover experience in off-road traction systems, works
like a low-speed cruise control. ASPC functions between 3.6km/h and 30km/h:
by precisely controlling the brake system and the powertrain it delivers
optimum traction in the most slippery conditions without skidding and
without the driver using the pedals.
Jaguar is one of the first manufacturers in the segment to use stereo
camera technology. This state-of-the-art sensor is the ‘eyes’ of the
XE’s autonomous emergency braking system, providing highly accurate
measurements of speed and distance of objects ahead, and can initiate full
braking to avoid or mitigate a collision.
The stereo camera performs traffic sign recognition and lane departure
warning functions too. The XE also offers systems such as adaptive cruise
control, closing vehicle sensing, blind spot monitoring, semi-automated
parallel and bay parking, and reverse traffic detection.Full details of the
entire XE range will be announced at the Paris Motorshow in October.