Jaguar's F-Type replacement is a go, and it will be electrifiedSept. 25
AutoNews Now: Daimler spending $1B to make EVs in Ala.Sept. 21
Ratan Tata moves to secure his JLR prizeSept. 19
Ratan Tata's move to consolidate power at Tata Sons and secure ownership of Jaguar Land Rover looks like one of those boring shareholder resolutions that would go unremarked upon in an ordinary, closely held firm. But Tata Sons isn't a regular company.
Tata seeks to protect Jaguar Land Rover from potential takeover bids, report saysSept. 19
States sue Trump administration over delayed fuel-economy finesSept. 11
JLR to offer electrified versions of all new vehicles starting in '20Sept. 11
First Shift: August U.S. sales winners, losersSept. 5
Jaguar's classroom on wheelsAug. 21
Jaguar lineup to get even biggerAug. 14
Magna Steyr visits familiar territory with Jaguar I-PaceAug. 2
Hot hatches, cubs and profitable paw prints: What people are saying about the Jaguar E-PaceJuly 25
Jaguar's F-Pace has been a quick hit with consumers in the short time the crossover has been on the market. For an encore, the automaker has added a second, smaller crossover, the E-Pace, to its lineup. Set to arrive in January 2018, the crossover will be available with either a 246- or 296-hp Ingenium 2.0-liter gas engine and standard all-wheel-drive. Here's what people are saying about the latest Jaguar.