All Jaguar articles

  • waymo.automotiveIT

    Jaguar I-Pace to start driverless tests with Waymo this year


    Waymo plans to include up to 20,000 driverless I-Pace cars in its fleet (Photo: Jaguar I-Pace) The Jaguar I-Pace will become part of Waymo's driverless fleet in 2020 and tests with a self-driving version of the SUV will start this year already. The two companies said up to 20,000 ...

  • jlr.automotiveIT

    Jaguar Land Rover invests in advanced engineering


    Jaguar unveiled its new XF model during a dramatic 'high-wire' water crossing in London (Photo: JLR) Jaguar Land Rover is expanding its advanced engineering and design center in Whitley, England, in a move to speed up the development of technologically sophisticated premium vehicles. The British carmaker, which is owned ...

  • JLR.automotiveIT

    JLR, Intel to jointly development infotainment systems


    The Jaguar XF and XJR on display at the 2013 Frankfurt auto show (Photo: JLR) Jaguar Land Rover is joining forces with chipmaker Intel to develop future vehicle infotainment systems. The British car group, which is owned by India's Tata Motors, also is opening a new r&d center in ...

  • dassault v6.automotiveIT

    Dassault says Renault, JLR opt for Version 6 platform


    Dassault’s Version 6 opens car development to consumers (Photo: Dassault Systemes) Dassault Systemes said carmakers Renault and Jaguar Land Rover have decided in favor ofthe French PLM software group's Version 6 platform. Dassault said the carmakers evaluated other systems but decided to adopt its platform to address increasing vehicle complexity, ...

  • jaguar c-x75 paris 2010.automotiveIT

    Jaguar will build hybrid supercar


    The C-X75 concept for a hybrid supercar was unveiled at the 2010 Paris auto show Jaguar plans to build a hybrid supercar with an acceleration from 0 to 100km/h of 3.0 seconds and a top speed in excess of 300km/h. The premium carmaker, a unit of Tata Motors of India, ...

  • Jaguar XJ BlackBerry integration

    RealVNC's connectivity software to be integrated in Jaguar XJ


    A Blackberry Smartphone is integrated into the Jaguar XJ using RealVNC software Jaguar's XJ model will feature smartphone connectivity developed by British remote-control software maker RealVNC. At the Blackberry World conference in Orlando, Florida, this week Jaguar showed the system, which projects the display of a smartphone onto its central ...