1) 1974-1990 Lamborghini Countach Few cars embody wedge design as thoroughly as the Countach. It is the poster child for the trend. Penned by Marcello Gandini—who also did the Alfa Romeo 33 Carabo Concept— the Countach looked absolutely alien when it landed in the early 1970s as a production car. Those first LP400 models with 375-hp V-12s are the pointiest and … [Read more...] about Wedge of Tomorrow: 20 of the Greatest Sports Cars of the ’70s and ’80s
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When Jaguar Land Rover launched its Special Vehicle Operations skunkworks, a more extreme version of the F-Type seemed like an obvious project for it to pursue. The bonkers Project 7 limited-edition and Range Rover Sport SVR have certainly shown the engineers are up to the task.And now it appears a Jaguar F-Type SVR is really happening. Dutch automotive news site Autovisie … [Read more...] about Cat’s out of the bag: Jaguar’s 200-mph F-Type SVR leaks online
Hammer, dropped. Dismayed that CO2 emissions from motor transport have not dropped in the country since 1990, Germany is taking what some will consider an extreme measure. Others will think it’s about time. As of 2030, all new cars registered in Germany must be emissions free, according to The Globe and Mail. Just to be sure that’s clear, zero emissions will be … [Read more...] about Starting in 2030, all new cars registered in Germany must have zero emissions
Today on DT Daily: Check out Jaguar’s vision of the future with their new concept tech for cars, Virgin Oceanic puts its deep sea tourism plan on hold while it searches for new tech, and finally, if you’re not feeling it already, this synchronized Christmas light display should help get you in the holiday mood.British car manufacturer Jaguar is showing off its … [Read more...] about DT Daily: Jaguar car tech, Virgin Oceanic sinks, massive holiday light display
Christened F-Pace, Jaguar’s first-ever crossover is scheduled to greet the public for the first time this September at the Frankfurt Motor Show. However, the British firm will give cycling fans an early glimpse at the soft-roader during this year’s edition of the Tour de France.Fittingly, the F-Pace will be the official support vehicle of a British team named Team … [Read more...] about Jaguar’s upcoming F-Pace will make a brief appearance during the Tour de France
Sometimes, we here at Digital Trends have strong opinions. And when that time comes, we take to the Internet and fight. For this debate, we’re talking all about Google’s crazy new driverless car, which is so automatic it doesn’t even have a steering wheel. Mobile writer Andy Boxall and JVC go head to head.Question: What do you think about the new Google … [Read more...] about DT Debate: Will Google’s autonomous cars ruin driving, or liberate us from it?
Jaguar is introducing new performance options for its XJ sedan, so the company decided to use a few of these luxury limos as taxis. That sounds like a waste of a perfectly good car, but these XJs will not be dodging potholes in New York or Los Angeles. Instead, they will give people rides around the Nurburgring, the roughly 14-mile-long German racetrack where car companies hone … [Read more...] about Jaguar XJ Speed Pack: the world’s fastest taxi?
Jaguar Land Rover fills its first incubator classIt’s been a year since Jaguar Land Rover launched its tech incubator program in Portland, Oregon, and its first class of 2017 is now in session.This year’s initial cohort will include HAAS Alert, Mycroft, and OpConnect — startups that represent the fields of emergency response technology, … [Read more...] about Jaguar Land Rover goes all ‘Dragon’s Den’ with its ‘Innovation Incubator’ program
Advertising watchdogs have put the brakes on an ad encouraging you to multitask at the wheel of your Jaguar.An advertorial published in The Guardian in September 2016, headlined "Drive time is no longer downtime", described the Jaguar XE sedan as "an extension of your office". Following two complaints, the UK's Advertising Standards Agency accepted that using hands-free … [Read more...] about Jaguar connected car ad encouraged unsafe driving, watchdog says
This morning, Google and a handful of automobile manufacturers, including Audi, GM, Honda and Hyundai, announced a partnership designed to bring the Android mobile platform to vehicles. Chip-maker Nvidia is also an Open Automotive Alliance member, and the group says "this announcement is the beginning, not the end. We'll enthusiastically work with any company interested in the … [Read more...] about Android vs. iOS War Coming to a Car Near You in 2014