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Bremont Jaguar MKI and MKII Watches

Bremont and Jaguar have announced two new watches — the MKI and MKII — both inspired by the iconic Jaguar E-Type. Ian Callum, Jaguar’s Director of Design, worked with the creative team at Bremont to hone in on the car’s dashboard, and more specifically, the speedometer and tachymeter, recreated …

Jaguar Announces 2016 All-Wheel Drive F-Type

Jaguar has announced that the F-Type will be getting a all-wheel drive treatment. After rumors of one floated around for a while, the luxury car maker has made it official. The F-Type R Coupe runs from 0 to 60 in just 3.9 seconds, making it 0.1 seconds …

Hennessey Jaguar F-TYPE R Coupe Dyno Packs 623 HP

Hennessey Performance put the Jaguar F-Type R Coupe through its HPE600 tuning program, boosting the vehicle’s power output to impressive levels. Under the hood, the supercharged 5.0-liter V8 engine is equipped with an optimized ECU, as well as an upgraded supercharger pulley and an improved intercooler. The upgrades allow the engine to …

Dave White – Albion Exhibition

British artist Dave White debuted his new collection titled “Albion” at the Loughran Gallery in London. The exhibit features a mix of different species native to Britain, done in White’s signature style, which you might recognize from the Apex Exhibition in L.A. held earlier this year. Each …

Jaguar Launches Heritage Driving Experience

Gearheads with a predilection for British cars will no doubt make edits to their bucket list in the wake of the newly launched Jaguar Heritage Driving program, which allows automotive enthusiasts to go for a spin in some of the brand’s most iconic models. They include classics like the Mark 2 …

2015 Jaguar XE – Unveiled

After getting a glimpse of the new 2015 Jaguar XE, we know exactly why the luxury car maker just couldn’t wait until the Paris Motor Show to officially debut their new toy. In what many are calling one of the most important launches to date, the 2015 …

Jaguar Design Director Ian Callum Unveils His Bespoke Mark 2

Originally released in the ’60s, the Jaguar Mark 2 is an aesthetic knock-out, and it’s been made even better by Jaguar design director Ian Callum. He worked with Classic Motor Cars — a Jaguar restoration workshop based in Shropshire, England — over a period of 18 months on the project, …

Jaguar F-Type Project 7

The Jaguar F-Type Project 7 is weighted with the freight of expectation — carrying the reputation of being the fastest production Jaguar you can currently buy — and an equally impressive asking price ($165,000 here in the U.S., a cool $100,000 or so more than the base-model F-Type …