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    1954 Jaguar D-Type Works OKV 2 Soon To Be Auctioned

    On the upcoming RM Sotheby’s auction in Arizona there will also be race 1954 Jaguar D-Type Works, known as OKV 2 by the registration mark. Once, the car was driven by legendary Stirling Moss, so it is not surprising that the new owner should pay more than £10 million for it. 1954 Jaguar D-Type Works […] More

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    Jaguar’s Steering Wheel With Artificial Intelligence

    Meet Sayer, the steering wheel of the future. Jaguar Land Rover will present its new invention at the Technology Festival at London University. Sayer is not an ordinary steering wheel. It possesses artificial intelligence, it is controlled by voice controls and is designed for vehicles with a high level of autonomy. The company JLR is […] More

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    Jaguar E-Pace Officially

    Last night, Jaguar officially promoted its new E-Pace crossover, whose sales in the UK will start at the end of this year. It’s about crossover smaller than the already-known F-Pace model, whereby Jaguar’s design chief Ian Callum claiming that the E-Pace combines the look of a sports car with Jaguar’s performance, which will ensure that […] More

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    1969 Jaguar E-Type With 2,735 km On Sale

    On July 26, H & H Classics will also offer on sale at Duxford an exceptionally preserved Jaguar E-Type from 1969. It is a red specimen of the Jaguar E-Type 4.2 2+2 Coupe which has only 1,700 miles (2,735 km) on its odometer and has until now had only one owner, businessman Peter Ashcroft. Red […] More

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    Even Rusty It Worth €50,000

    Classic Jaguar E-Type from 1962, which last two decades spent completely neglected in a garage, could reach the auction price of up to 44,000 pounds. Jaguar E-Type is one of the most beautiful old-timers sequentially, which unfortunately can not be said for a specimen of the photos, which at first glance is ripe for waste. […] More

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    Bremont X Jaguar New MKII Chronograph Timepiece

    Bremont has enjoyed a very special relationship with Jaguar over the years. Back in 2014 Jaguar partnered with watchmaker Bremont to create a limited edition watch that commemorated the marquee’s E-Type continuation series. Only six of the watches were made and offered to the owners of those $1.5 million E-Types. The two brands have once […] More

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    One Of Rare Jaguar XJ220 On Sale For $519.000

    British automotive exotica is located in Miami, Florida, and the owner of a very well preserved specimen from 1994, asking $519,000. With the aim to enter the exclusive world of ultra sports car, in a Jaguar in the period from 1992 to 1994 made 271 copies of the model XJ220, with which they also would […] More

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    Unique Jaguar F-Pace Sold For £102,500

    At the traditional Ben Ball in the UK has been sold and unique Jaguar F-Pace 3.0 V6 S, with all proceeds from its sale (£102,500) goes to charity. It should be noted that this special F-Pace was personally specified by Jaguar Director of Design Ian Callum. For the vehicle Callum predicted Storm Grey exterior, Black […] More

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    This Jaguar XKSS Isn’t Replica And Wasn’t Made In 1957

    The British car company decided to finish the job they started long ago, so nine lucky ones will be able to enjoy just made Jaguars XKSS which are manufactured to the specification of 1957. After Jaguar withdrew from racing tracks in 1956, remained a couple of famous model D-Type (among others, the triple Le Mans […] More

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    Lumma Design Jaguar F-Pace CLR F

    Jaguar F-Pace model, in the third quarter of this year, will be able to be ordered with a complete new upgrade package from the German tuning house Lumma Design. The new package is called CLR F, and contains aero body kit with new front bumper with spoiler, set of thresholds, fender extensions, hood and rear […] More

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    Vintage Jaguar On The Wall

    If you’re fan of Jaguar, you’ll be delighted with this latest auto art. Dutch design firm Denieuwegeneratie transformed a retro Jaguar into a bookshelf, carrying books for passengers instead of people. Created for the Dutch Mountain house project, the Denieuwegeneratie designers gutted off Jaguar’s heavier parts like engine, the rectangular section on the roof in […] More

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