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Jaguar Project 7 crafts one-off single-seater racer from F-Type

Jaguar Project 7 crafts one-off single-seater racer from F-Type

Jaguar's F-Type is arguably enough sports car for most, but that hasn't stopped the British big cat company from crafting a one-off, single seater racer variant, Jaguar Project 7, to take to the track at Goodwood this year. Described as a "project study" led by Jaguar Director of Design Ian Callum, Project 7 re-clads the F-Type in a new aluminum body with a bespoke carbon-fiber aero-kit, borrowing stylistic hints from the classic D-type, but throwing a 5.0-liter supercharged V8 engine tuned for 550 PS and 0-60 mph in 4.1 seconds.

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Jaguar F-Type coupe unofficially previewed (but you’ll have to wait until 2014)

Jaguar F-Type coupe unofficially previewed (but you’ll have to wait until 2014)

Jaguar's striking F-Type may already be wowing drivers as a convertible months out from launch, but it's taken some premature patent digging to see exactly what the eventual coupe version might look like. The car company has previously conceded that a hard-top F-Type will eventually reach forecourts, but has played it coy on how close to the original C-X16 concept it might be. Fortunately for us, while Jaguar's designers may be tight-lipped, its lawyers are a little more open.

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Jaguar offers pricing details on new XKR-S GT and more

Jaguar offers pricing details on new XKR-S GT and more

Over the years, I've seen a number of Jaguar sports cars and luxury vehicles, and none of them really jumped out as something I would like to own. I thought the new F-type was a good-looking vehicle, it just didn't have anything about it that made me want one. Not too long ago, a new Jaguar sports car turned up called the XKR-S GT, and I want one incredibly bad.

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Jaguar teases new XJR sedan

Jaguar teases new XJR sedan

Jaguar has been working hard to bring a more sporting image to the brand over the last several months. The automaker has unveiled some incredibly attractive cars over the last year including the 550 hp XFR-S and the new F-Type convertible. Jag is set to unveil another high-performance car model at the 2013 New York International Auto Show.

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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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Damian Dinning explains Nokia departure, joining Jaguar Land Rover

Damian Dinning explains Nokia departure, joining Jaguar Land Rover

Yesterday we heard that Damian Dinning, who served as the head of Nokia's camera and imaging department, was leaving the company. He'll be ending a 9 year tenure on November 30, but when this announcement was made, there will still a few mysteries left to figure out. Why was he leaving? Where is he going next? The suspense surrounding Dinning's departure was apparently short lived, as he explained everything in a statement to PureViewClub today.

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2014 Jaguar F-TYPE official from $69,000

2014 Jaguar F-TYPE official from $69,000

We've known it's coming, but Jaguar's new 2014 F-TYPE convertible still wowed at its official debut at the Paris Auto Show, a two-seater slice of achingly handsome design and finessed performance. The road-going evolution of the 2011 C-X16 concept, the new Jaguar will be available in three models - the F-TYPE, F-TYPE S and the F-TYPE V8 S - delivering up to 495PS and a top speed of 186mph, with the 0-60mph dash in as little as 4.2s.

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