Jaguar has seen a lot of change in the last couple decades. Now no longer owned or controlled by Ford Motor Company, Jaguar is looking to see what it needs to do to sell more volume and stay in the luxury car market. You might remember the X-Type sedan, the company’s foray into the small luxury car market in hopes to compete with the BMW 3-Series and Mercedes C-Class. Unfortunately, the X-Type was a bit of a flop even though it ran from the 2002 model year until it was discontinued for the 2008 model year—that is 2001 to 2007 for those living on real time. Now there are rumblings...
Jaguar Tests Flywheel Hybrid System Just Like Racing Porsche
Since Ford sold Jaguar Land Rover to Indian carmaker Tata in TK, the luxury maker has stepped out a bit. Their green efforts have taken down several interesting technology paths that seem unlikely had they stayed underneath the Blue Oval of Dearborn. The latest to surface is a demonstration vehicle...John Voelcker