Historic and vintage Jaguars were roaring through the streets of Italy, and if the fans were not awe struck by the cars then they most certainly were by the stars behind the wheels.
The hype for the upcoming SVR “Super” F-Type has picked up some steam because despite the possible price tag being over $300,000 and the low production the rumors just maybe true.
If you are even slightly a sports car fan then you surely know that the E-Type Jaguars of the 60’s were (and still are) the most beloved and sought after cars in the world.
With the launch of the new F-Type, XF, XJ and the XK lineups Jaguar has captured the hearts of Americans again and has the internet and forums all a buzz about what Jaguar might do next.
The year was 1991 when a successful businessman (John Hennessey) turned a passion of modifying his cars to go fast into his life’s work when he founded Hennessey Performance Engineering.
The British car manufacturer is headquartered in Whitley, Coventry, England and got their start in 1922 by making motorcycle sidecars (Swallow Sidecar Company).
The new Jaguar Heritage Driving Experience launched this week with lucky drivers arriving at the Fen End vehicle test facility near the home of Jaguar Land Rover in the West Midlands of England.
This new 4x4 crossover SUV was unveiled at last year’s Frankfurt Motor Show and the news caused some excitement for those who have been wishing for a true sport utility from Jaguar.