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Jaguar Land Rover to develop hydrogen-powered Defender fuel cell prototype

Jaguar Land Rover is developing a prototype hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) based on the new Land Rover Defender, with testing scheduled to begin towards the end of 2021 in the UK to verify key attributes such as off-road capability and fuel consumption. The FCEV concept is part of Jaguar Land Rover’s aim to achieveRead Full Story

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Despite relinquishing his position as Jaguar's director of design for 20 years, Ian Callum will continue to work for Jaguar as a design consultant.

Jaguar’s legendary director of design Ian Callum departs after 20 years; successor Julian Thomson assumes the mantle

After two decades heading up Jaguar Design, Ian Callum, director of design, is leaving his position at the company. Julian Thomson, currently creative design director, has been appointed to the role of director of design, effective July 1, 2019. Since joining Jaguar in 1999, Callum has built a world-class creative design team, established a newRead Full Story

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Moss Motors acquires XKs Unlimited

Moss Motors Ltd. has acquired well-known classic Jaguar parts specialists XKs Unlimited of San Luis Obispo, CA. Serving Jaguar enthusiasts since 1973, XKs Unlimited has always prided itself on its selection of a wide range of parts, customer service and dedication to the Jaguar community. The addition of XKs Unlimited’s operations, personnel and expertise toRead Full Story

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2017 Vancouver ABFM signed, original, official event painting by Michael Stockdale is available for purchase. Enquiries, contact

2017 Official Vancouver ABFM show painting & poster art

Vancouver ABFM official artist in residence Michael Stockdale brings his considerable creative talent to the creation of the 2017 official event poster artwork. The official poster artwork is derived from Stockdale’s 12” x 16” signed, unframed, acrylic painting presented on stretched canvas, which reflects his intimate knowledge and love of vintage and classic cars. TitledRead Full Story

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Jaguar Land Rover celebrates a Classic future

Jaguar Land Rover is  renaming its Heritage business to Jaguar Land Rover Classic. The rebranded division will continue to provide cars, services, parts and experiences for Classic Jaguar and Land Rovers and its owners. “Renaming the rapidly growing global business to Jaguar Land Rover Classic best reflects the division’s overall capabilities in providing the bestRead Full Story

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Jaguar Land Rover reveals future plans for R&D in the UK

Jaguar Land Rover’s future plans for advanced research and development in the UK will be focused on a new cutting-edge technology, innovation and education centre in Warwick. The centre called the National Automotive Innovation Campus (NAIC) is designed to create a large-scale collaborative research environment. It will bring academics from the UK’s leading universities togetherRead Full Story

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Jaguar Land Rover forms joint venture with China’s Chery Automobile Company

Coventry-based Jaguar Land Rover has struck a “milestone” deal with China’s Chery Automobile Company and will begin manufacturing vehicles in China by 2014. The Jaguar F-TYPE is an all-new two-seater soft-top convertible sports car, built on a front-engine, lightweight aluminum architecture and rear-wheel drive.  It goes on sale in summer 2013. The announcement came afterRead Full Story

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Jaguar F-Type Unveiled in Paris

The F-TYPE, an all-new, two-seater Jaguar sports car has been unveiled in Paris in front of the dramatic setting of the 18th century Musée Rodin. The new Jaguar F-TYPE represents a return to the company’s heartland: a two-seater, convertible sports car focused on delivering performance, agility and maximum driver reward. Three models will be available –Read Full Story

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Auto Talk: Jaguar’s all-new XJ!

The new cat builds on Jaguar’s new area design first seen in 2007 on the smaller XF model. The latest version is bigger and longer, featuring beautiful flowing lines, a high belt line, commanding front snout with hooded headlights and an overall get-up-and-go appearance. According to Jaguar Cars managing director, Mike O’Driscoll, the mission wasRead Full Story

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