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Jaguar F-Type Project 7 priced & dated for US debut

Jaguar F-Type Project 7 priced & dated for US debut

Jaguar has been showing off its F-Type Project 7 road-going racer in US spec for the first time, bringing the specially developed 575 HP two-seater to 2014 Monterey Car Week ahead of its release next year. Building on the regular F-Type with bespoke aerodynamic aids, the all-aluminum car packs Jaguar's 5.0-liter supercharged V8 engine for some impressive performance.

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Jaguar takes reborn Lightweight E-Type to the track

Jaguar takes reborn Lightweight E-Type to the track

When Jaguar tells you it's doing something special with a classic E-Type, you pay attention, particularly when it's just six hand-crafted Lightweight E-Type. The car firm announced back in May that its engineers were finally building the "missing" six Special GT E-Type cars it put on hold fifty years ago, and now it has released the first video of one of those new-old cars in action. As you might expect, it cuts quite a line on the track.

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Jaguar XFR-S revealed: This big cat has 550HP claws

Jaguar XFR-S revealed: This big cat has 550HP claws

Jaguar has pulled the wraps off of its XFR-S sports sedan, the big cat company's 186mph take on tightening up the luxobarge until your passengers squeak like field-mice. Teased last week as the fastest and most powerful four-door from Jaguar ever, the XFR-S made its debut at the LA Auto Show 2012, using a 5-liter supercharged V8 engine with 550PS good for a 0-60mph dash in 4.4s. However, Jaguar also says the XFR-S shouldn't make too great an impact in your eco-credentials, with the new car putting out the same emissions and fuel consumption figures as its XRF sibling.

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RIM investors re-elect board but revolt bubbles

RIM investors re-elect board but revolt bubbles

RIM's annual shareholders meeting has kicked off, and investors are already restless as the company's CEO and former CEO are re-elected to the board. Mike Lazaridis and Thorsten Heins were among ten people elected to RIM's board, with investors expressing their dissatisfaction by withholding 19.1-percent of votes for Lazaridis and 14.8-percent for Heins. There are already questions as to how prepared RIM is to take on its smartphone and tablet rivals.

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RIM investor dissent grows amid embarrassing service failures

RIM investor dissent grows amid embarrassing service failures

Dissent among RIM investors grows, with vocal management critic Jaguar claiming support for the Canadian company being sold or broken up has increased in the space of a month. The commercial bank is demanding a "transformative leader" in place of the current co-CEOs Jim Balsillie and Mike Lazaridis, Reuters reports, and says it has the backing of 8-percent of investor backers, a rise from the roughly 5-percent Jaguar said it had back in September.

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RIM must monetize patents or sell up investors demand

RIM must monetize patents or sell up investors demand

RIM is facing pressure to spin off its patents, with investors demanding that the Canadian company either consider monetizing its IP or give serious consideration to selling itself. The proposals have been spawned by Jaguar Financial Corp., which told SFGate that RIM's sole focus on its incoming QNX product line-up amounts to putting "all your eggs in one basket" and leaves the firm facing potential bankruptcy in the manner of Nortel Networks.

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Range Rover Sport SVR revealed to take on Porsche Macan Turbo

Range Rover Sport SVR revealed to take on Porsche Macan Turbo

Land Rover has given its SVR high-performance brand its first outing, revealing the Range Rover Sport SVR for those times you need an SUV that can do 0-60 mph in 4.7 seconds. Taking the existing 5.0-liter supercharged V8 and massaging it all the way up to 542 HP and 502 lb-ft of torque, the RRS SVR is limited to 162 mph and has had its body kit tweaked to show the other parents at the kindergarten gates that you mean business.

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