After a long-running marketing campaign shrouded in mystery, Jaguar has finally revealed images and specifications of its much anticipated new F-TYPE Coupe.
It took Eagle five years of development to craft its latest Low Drag, although it has definitely been worth the wait. The Sussex-based manufacturers have paid great attention to every detail in the car with its reflective silver paint and unapologetic aluminium bodywork.
Jaguar has showcased some of its latest concept designs as part of Milan’s Salone del Mobile. The premium Wallpaper Handmade exhibition has made its UK debut and has branched-out from its iconic Milan base to bring London its unique style and artwork. The high-end magazine presented its display at the capital’s prestigious Harrods department store and Jaguar also got involved by unveiling three concept cars to mark the landmark event.
The Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show will play host to a rather special car, as the all new Jaguar C-X75 prototype is set to make quite the statement at the event. In addition to being a stunning new vehicle design, the model features a state-of-art hybrid engine technology – proving to be a new advance in the economical supercar sector.
A number of iconic and sought after cars descended on Manchester last weekend (September 21st-22nd) as the north west city delivered its inaugural Classic Car Show.