And so the dominoes have started to fall. First Volvo announced that by the 2019 model year, all their vehicles would have some sort of electric-powered component. Today, Land Rover and Jaguar followed. According to the British car maker (owned by India's Tata Group), after 2020 all their vehicles will
Sometimes, you just need a bit more height.
Here in Colorado, the highest peaks are glistening under freshly fallen snow - a timely reminder that winter is imminent. As summer days give way to cool autumn breezes, breezes will give way to frigid seas of powder. It behooves those living in
The Jaguar XE compact sports sedan made a limited global debut as an all-new 2016 model at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. Now, the 2017 model Jaguar XE 35t AWD R-Sport stages its entry into both the American and Canadian marketplaces, following the receipt of more than 40 awards covering
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Recently revealed as The Stig on Top Gear U.S., TFL's resident racecar driver Paul Gerrard puts the all-new Honda Civic Si up against a 2016 VW GTI at our mile-high racetrack in a Hot or Not showdown. Here's how the two hot hatches stack up.
2018 Honda Civic Si
Jaguar have just officially released the Jaguar XE SV Project 8, their most impressive sport sedan to date. Project 8 is the successor to Project 7, a Jaguar F-Type which Land Rover-Jaguar's Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) group got their hands on. Much like the last car this sedan is the
Jaguar have just announced the reveal date for the all-new 2018 Jaguar E-Pace, July 13 - less than a month away. This date is a bit sooner than we expected, given that we have only just started to see spy photos of the vehicle. Included in the teaser is a
CAUGHT IN THE WILD: JAGUAR E-PACE
TFLcar reader Jacob Manzanares caught a couple of Jaguar's latest crossovers, the E-Pace, parked in the remote southwestern Colorado town of Pagosa Springs, far from the usual TFLcar prototype hunting grounds at high-altitudes closer to Denver. Could this mean Jaguar has the E-Pace almost ready to go into
These Jaguar F-Type SVR Convertible prototypes we caught resting in the Rocky Mountains and, even heavily disguised, they look sensational. That's the head-scratcher, why do they need to be so disguised when what they are hiding is a mild, mid cycle refresh? We expect to see a few cosmetic changes