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Factory tool kits are as much a part of the automobile’s history as the cars they serviced.

Jaguar just launched a display of its iconic Le Mans winning race cars: the C-Type, D-Type, X-JR-9, and X-JR-12.

Official certification verifies that a classic car is authentic and remains in factory-original condition.

Vehicles competed in 17 classes, of which four cars won highest accolades.

The ‘new original’ versions will be absolutely faithful to the period car in every way.

Automakers brought some of their most exciting models—vehicles you don't commonly see on the streets.

Owning a V12 might not not be as difficult as you think.

A decade before the Beatles, these British sports cars changed America’s automotive culture.

The Project 7 pays homage to the D-Type race cars that won at Le Mans. Only 250 were made, and quickly sold out.

This year’s L.A. Auto Show features a number of interesting, gorgeous, and just plain weird vehicles rolling out for public scrutiny.

These seven models prove that car greatness is still possible in a millennial world.

Building a vehicle that can blow past the sound barrier—on land—is no easy task.

Ever since the motorcar was invented, we’ve had a fixation with making it go as fast as physics would allow. Over the past 100 or so years we’ve boosted horsepower with bigger and more efficient engines and added things like turbochargers and superchargers to pack on speed.

The 2016 Jaguar F-TYPE coupe just got better. How does a 550 horsepower sports coupe, winner of numerous awards and accolades, raise the bar for itself? Answer: Jaguar adds the dynamic handling of all-wheel drive, the option for a 6-speed manual, and a host of other improvements that extend the performance envelop of...

To be honest, in-car infotainment systems are a challenge to use, an expensive option, and they become quickly out-of-date because of the long development time. Thankfully, the folks at Jaguar Land Rover North America (JLRNA) have come up with a solution that is flexible and user-friendly. After a 10 minute hands-on...

(MAHWAH, N.J.) – August 14, 2014 – Following its global introduction at the 2014 Goodwood Festival of Speed, the U.S. version of the production F-TYPE Project 7 will debut at the 2014 Monterey Car Week. Aptly named to reflect seven Jaguar overall wins at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, F-TYPE Project 7 is inspired by the...

Pebble Beach has become a spectacular venue for introducing old and new cars to an enthusiastic crowd that truly appreciates all things automotive. Today Jaguar and Land Rover revealed three special-edition vehicles at Pebble Beach before this weekend’s Concours d’Elegance: a 550-hp Range Rover Sport SVR, the U.S....

Bursting out of the gates of Gaydon like a bat out of hell is the exquisite and esteemed British sports car that has gained the respect of many automotive enthusiasts. Defined by flawless design, a venerable 5-liter supercharged V8, an 8-speed QuickShift transmission, an Active Exhaust System and artisan selected...

Last year Jaguar knocked it out of the ballpark with the F-TYPE Convertible, their first true 2-seater sports car in 40 years. This year Jaguar thrills us with the F-TYPE Coupe and delivers an exciting blend of style, performance, and luxury that will fire up your lust for cars no matter how your priorities rank. A...

eBay Listing: 1961 Jaguar XK150 Drophead Coupe The end of an era for the XK series was the XK150, which was introduced in May 1957 as a 1958 model. Although recognizably a member of the Jaguar family, it was wider and not nearly as curvy as the earlier XKs, and the distinctive grill was delicately more subtle in...

The LA Auto Show has wrapped and some big announcements were made last month. Jaguar staged a spectacular entrance with world premier of the F-TYPE Coupe. Porsche and Lincoln had world debuts of their luxury compact crossovers with the Macan and MKC, respectively. Mercedes unveiled the SLS AMG GT Final Edition at the...