2017 Jaguar XE In-Depth Review: Lots of Good, Some Less Good

Similar to European cars of yore, the Jaguar XE prioritizes visual drama and driving satisfaction over more mundane matters such as practicality and refinement. That mission makes the optional 340-hp supercharged V-6 engine essentially a must-have, as it best matches the XE’s athletic persona. The XE’s less powerful turbocharged inline-four and lethargic diesel inline-four weigh […]

E, ’lectrified: Jaguar Classic Makes a 1968 E-type Roadster into an EV

Jaguar built more than 72,000 E-types between 1961 and 1974, so if one falls prey to mad scientists converting it into an electric lab rat, we may cringe but ultimately move on. It should be criminal to molest an E-type—the only sports car Enzo Ferrari coveted more than his own and a permanent fixture in […]

2018 Jaguar F-type 2.0T Driven: Less Muscle, Less Mass

First they came for the compacts, and we didn’t speak out because we didn’t much care. Then they came for the regular sedans, and the promise of turbocharging bought both our silence and tacit assent. But now the insidious forces of downsizing have come for our sports cars, and there’s nobody left to hear our […]

2017 Jaguar F-type SVR Convertible Tested: It Looks Faster

It’s said that absence makes the heart grow fonder. A year has come and gone since we first experienced Jaguar’s latest range-topping variant of the F-type, leaving us with separation anxiety and a mild case of cat scratch fever. The cure comes thanks to this new exposure to the company’s Special Vehicle Operations department and […]