We all know that Jaguar has an impressive history behind its name. And sometime those iconic moments need to be celebrated. Like it happens now when Jaguar launched the XE Reims Edition - a model that pay tribute to Jaguar D-Type’s maiden victory in 1954 at the 12-hours of Reims. With Ken Wharton and Peter Whitehead behind the wheel, the D-Type managed to complete over 2,000km at an average speed of 105 mph.
The new Jaguar F-TYPE looks more beautiful than ever and embodies
Jaguar design DNA in its purest form. The two-seat sports car offers a
perfect balance of performance and driver reward with an even more
muscular, assertive design and a cabin defined by rich, luxurious
materials and beautiful details.
The range of powerful, responsive engines includes four- and
eight-cylinder options, all matched to eight-speed Quickshift
transmissions with full manual control using either the SportShift gear...