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Jaguar Land Rover recall 104K vehicles for brakes & lights issues

Jaguar Land Rover recall 104K vehicles for brakes & lights issues

British car manufacturers Land Rover and Jaguar are issuing a recall in the U.S. for some 104,000 vehicles over potential problems with their brakes and lights. The recall is said to be the largest ever for the Jaguar Land Rover company, and applies to over 74,000 of the luxury SUV vehicles, and to almost 5,000 of the luxury sedans. The notices for brake hose ruptures and side light malfunctions were issued by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on Friday, with the actual recalls to begin on March 13th.

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Jaguar Land Rover “Bike Sense” aims to save cyclists’ lives

Jaguar Land Rover “Bike Sense” aims to save cyclists’ lives

In the UK alone, a recorded staggering 19,000 cyclists are killed or injured each year, making what is in theory a healthy lifestyle also a dangerous one. That is why Jaguar Land Rover is investing in research and automotive technology that aims to make roads a safer place for cyclists, not by simply relegating them to a part of the road but by helping inform drivers of oncoming bikers. They're calling it Bike Sense and it gives drivers a sort of sixth sense, thanks to advancements in driver assistance technologies.

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Jaguar Land Rover wants to make your car pillars disappear

Jaguar Land Rover wants to make your car pillars disappear

Beautiful as your car's frame might be, some consider them as visual obstructions that keep drivers from getting the full view of their surroundings to help them make safer choices. What if you could make that frame disappear without actually making them disappear? That contradiction is exactly what Jaguar Land Rover is trying to develop with its 360-degree Urban Widescreen, which turns a car's pillars seemingly transparent, without actually changing the material and form of the pillars themselves.

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We need to talk about the 2016 Jaguar F-TYPE

We need to talk about the 2016 Jaguar F-TYPE

Some cars at the LA Auto Show 2014 are all-new and clearly changed in their entirety; others, like the Jaguar F-TYPE R AWD look at first glance to have merely received a polish, and yet the differences are actually huge. For 2016, Jaguar has thrown all-wheel drive at its stunning coupe and convertible, but it's the new manual transmission option that will likely have enthusiasts really gleeful. Exactly how those new treats have been portioned out is likely to cause a few arguments, however.

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Jaguar Land Rover adds justDrive voice control to InControl

Jaguar Land Rover adds justDrive voice control to InControl

Smarter in-vehicle infotainment systems are becoming en vogue, but while some car makers are rallying behind Apple's and Google's initiatives, Jaguar Land Rover is continuing on its own path with InControl, which actually works with both iOS 8 and Android devices. And to further compete with the likes of Siri and Google Now, the car maker has augmented its in-car system with justDrive, a voice-activated multi-purpose app that takes the drudgery of awkward spoken syntaxes and lets users control their connected phones in plain English.

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2016 Jaguar F-TYPE R gets AWD to go jet baiting

2016 Jaguar F-TYPE R gets AWD to go jet baiting

Jaguar is adding all-wheel drive to its 2016 F-TYPE R Coupé, part of a range-boosting move that will see variations on the popular model double to twelve. Set to debut officially - along with the rest of the new lineup - at the LA Auto Show later this month, the new F-TYPE R will be good for 0-60 mph in just 3.9 seconds, Jaguar says, and then romp on to a top speed electronically-limited to 186 mph. The big news, though, is the extra traction, which Jaguar tested by taking the new coupé to the Hakskeen Pan in South Africa and pointing it at a jet.

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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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