Jaguar has literally put Team Sky rider and last year’s Tour de France winner, Chris Froome, under the sea. For the video, aptly titled ‘Team Sky – Cycling Under the Sea’, Froome became the first cyclist to ride through the Eurotunnel from Folkestone to Calais.
The fastest and most powerful production car to ever come from Jaguar is set to be built and is due to make its debut at Goodwood Festival of Speed.
Jaguar is building the six ‘missing’ Lightweight E-types.
A classic car, built today from scratch by expert craftsman to the exact specifications of the original design – it has to be the dream for many a collector. But this year it will become a reality as Jaguar is to build the ‘missing’ six Lightweight E-types that never made it into the original run in the early 1960s. The British carmaker had planned 18 Special GT E-type Cars but only 12 were built by the time production came to an end in 1964.
Manufacturers from all over the world have a new set of titles to shoot for, after the UK hosted its very first Car of the Year awards in February.
The road to the 84th Geneva International Motor Show is really starting to heat up, as Jaguar announces it will use the event to launch its latest model.