Poland-based Carlex Design has revealed the first images of a Rstomod project based on the Jaguar XJ-C from the late 1970s.
Jaguar Land Rover has unveiled a new concept vehicle, Project Vector, which offersthe group's vision of an autonomous, electric, connected future for urban mobility.
On the occasion of the new Gaydon Design Studio opening Jaguar has released a document with an overview of the different activities within the brand's design process.
Jaguar has unveiled its new dedicated design studio in Gaydon, bringing the entire design team into one purpose-built creative space for the first time in the marque’s history.
Scottish racing team Ecurie Ecosse has created an exclusive supercar inspired from the legendary 1966 Jaguar XJ13.
Ian Callum is leaving the role of Director of Design at Jaguar after 20 years. He will be succeeded by Julian Thomson and will continue to work as a Design Cunsultant.
A bespoke full-size clay model of the Jaguar I-PACE has been created for the opening of the new V&A Design Museum in Dundee.
A set of official sketches, renders and design panels documenting the design process behind Jaguar's Future-Type concept car and the Sayer steering wheel.
Revealed by Jaguar, the Future-Type is a study of a premium vehicle for a shared mobility system featuring "Sayer", a detachable, AI-powered steering wheel that serves as a personal electronic device.
Jaguar Classic has announced the upcoming launch of 10 comprehensively restored Series 1 E-types, direct from a purpose-built facility in Coventry.
Jaguar Land Rover Automotive has announced it is beginning construction work on a £200 million redevelopment of its design and engineering centre at Gaydon in Warwickshire.
A short intimate film where Jaguar Director of Design Ian Callum talks about his life-long passion for car design.
A set of renders and design sketches of the Jaguar F-PACE, the crossover presented at the 2015 Frankfurt Show and based on C-X17 Concept.
A special ice-sculpture of a Christmas-inspired Jaguar design was revealed in London by Jaguar Land Rover for the launch of the brands’ 2016 collections.
Two concept cars from Jaguar – the 1966 XJ13 and the 1999 XK180 – have been accurately recreated by classic car experts, and will be unveiled at the 2016 London Classic Car Show.
Jaguar designer César Pieri has created and hand painted a collection of artworks that pay homage to the british brand. They will be on display at Fargo Creative Village in Coventry, UK.
Ahead of its official debut at the 2015 New York Auto Show, Jaguar has revealed the second-generation XF, which is based on the company's aluminum-intensive architecture.
A ceremony at the University of Warwick marked the formal launch of the construction of the £150 million facility that will become the hub for Jaguar Land Rover’s advanced research.