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The 2018 Jaguar E-PACE SUV is not what you think it is

The 2018 Jaguar E-PACE SUV is not what you think it is

Jaguar has taken the wraps off the 2018 E-PACE, it's latest SUV, but despite what the name would seem to imply this isn't the company's hotly-anticipated electric crossover. Instead, the E-PACE is the automaker's new compact SUV, a smaller option alongside the F-PACE. If you want full electric, you'll have to wait for the I-PACE EV that's due in 2018.

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Jaguar’s crazy 592hp XE SV Project 8 is not your accountant’s car

Jaguar’s crazy 592hp XE SV Project 8 is not your accountant’s car

Jaguar promised us a ridiculously potent sedan to blow away any preconceptions of the automaker as staid or serious, and the Jaguar XE SV Project 8 is that car. Handiwork of the Special Vehicle Operation (SVO) team at the company, it takes the four-door XE and makes it in to a 200 mph, supercharged V8 beast. Annoyingly, though, North America won't be getting the most aggressive version of the car.

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Coming 2018, the Jaguar E-PACE is a new compact SUV

Coming 2018, the Jaguar E-PACE is a new compact SUV

Jaguar is adding a new SUV to its line-up, with the Jaguar E-PACE promising both performance and compact dimensions. The smaller sports utility vehicle will join the larger Jaguar F-PACE in the automaker's line-up, following market trends away from sedans and instead toward SUVs and crossovers.

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Lyft picks up $25m and a self-driving car deal from Jaguar Land Rover

Lyft picks up $25m and a self-driving car deal from Jaguar Land Rover

With Uber making headlines for all the wrong reasons lately, arch rival Lyft has been focusing on cutting deals and raising cash, with Jaguar Land Rover latest to invest. The automaker has pumped $25m into the ride-sharing service, courtesy of its InMotion mobility services business. However, the deal will also include Jaguar Land Rover supplying cars to Lyft drivers, which could mean a big upgrade on your next commute.

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Jaguar just revealed its epic 592hp XE SV Project 8 super-sedan

Jaguar just revealed its epic 592hp XE SV Project 8 super-sedan

Jaguar has revealed its most powerful car ever, the Jaguar XE SV Project 8, a super-exclusive performance version of the XE sedan. The car, which so far has only been shown wrapped in camouflage, will be the handiwork of the Jaguar Land Rover Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) team, responsible for previous production-limited models like the F-TYPE Project 7. Indeed, only 300 of the XE SV Project 8 will be created.

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Jaguar ReRun GoPro app joins 2018 F-Type’s big tech upgrade

Jaguar ReRun GoPro app joins 2018 F-Type’s big tech upgrade

Jaguar wants to help you publicize that perfect apex corner, with its new ReRun app that links the 2018 F-Type with GoPro's wireless action cameras. Released alongside the new model-year car - which for the first time features a 4-cylinder gas engine option - the app was made in collaboration with GoPro as a way of not only recording track sessions but automatically picking out the best moments.

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2018 Jaguar F-Type 4-cylinder is sub-$60k option in refreshed range

2018 Jaguar F-Type 4-cylinder is sub-$60k option in refreshed range

Jaguar has refreshed its iconic F-Type for the 2018 model year, adding a 4-cylinder turbocharged engine to the lightest, cheapest version so far. Unveiled today at the New York International Auto Show 2017, the new 2018 F-Type 2.0-liter Ingenium T/C i4 joins its siblings with an updated design, better specs as standard, and a more ergonomic cabin. However, it also pushes the price of a new F-Type under the $60k mark.

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2017 Jaguar F-PACE 35t Prestige Review: A crossover with claws

2017 Jaguar F-PACE 35t Prestige Review: A crossover with claws

Jaguar knows how to make a handsome car, and the 2017 F-PACE is no different. The British automaker's crossover borrows liberally from the design language of the slinky F-TYPE coupe and the imposing XJ sedan, no bad thing in either case, and the result is a striking and aggressive SUV. Still, the styling isn't the only thing Jaguar poached from the F-TYPE: there's the engine, too.

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The Jaguar I-PACE got loose, and even British weather can’t overshadow it

The Jaguar I-PACE got loose, and even British weather can’t overshadow it

Somebody let the big electric cat off its leash. The Jaguar I-PACE isn't expected to roll into dealerships until the second half of 2018, but the British car company couldn't resist taking it for a spin - in prototype form, at least - on the public roads on its home turf. Turns out, even grim, overcast London can't cast too much of a shadow on what's set to be Jaguar's most important car in decades.

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2017 Jaguar F-Type SVR Review: 575 singing horses

2017 Jaguar F-Type SVR Review: 575 singing horses

Should you manage to beg, borrow, or steal the keys to the 2017 Jaguar F-Type SVR, drop everything - bags, laptop, kids - on the ground and drive to the nearest tunnel. Wait until the road is clear; be patient, my friend, because I promise you the payoff is all worth it. You can occupy yourself by opening the windows and tugging the tactile drive-mode toggle into Dynamic, which has the time-saving side effect of switching on the Active Sport Exhaust. Then, when you have the road to yourself, floor the gas.

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Jaguar, Shell lets you pay for your fuel with your car

Jaguar, Shell lets you pay for your fuel with your car

Mobile payment systems are designed to make paying easier and faster, not to mention cash-less. But there are times when even the wireless convenience of mobile payment just isn’t possible, like when paying for gas where the counter is far beyond range of secure wireless networks like NFC. That is why Jaguar Land Rover and Shell have come up with the next best, hi-tech thing: paying for gas with your car.

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2018 Jaguar F-Type adds GoPro integration

2018 Jaguar F-Type adds GoPro integration

Jaguar has taken the wraps off the achingly-pretty 2018 F-Type, upgraded inside and out for the new model year, and joined by a 400 Sport special edition. The car will continue to be offered as either a coupe or a convertible, and in either rear-wheel or all-wheel drive. Differentiating the MY2018 version will be new LED headlamps and updated LED taillights.

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