The Jaguar X-Type may be the entry-level model but it looks unmistakably like a Jaguar. Better still, the X-Type smells...
It's undoubtedly a sign of the times when stalwart luxury automakers are downsizing their engines to boost sales.
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Ever since being acquired by Tata Motors from Ford back in 2009, Jaguar has been going through its version of an extreme makeover.
Jaguar coyly teased us tantalized journalists at New York last week with fleeting glimpses of the forthcoming Jaguar F-Type, all with the crystal clear message: it's definitely happening.
Jaguar is one of the last major luxury carmakers without an SUV in its lineup, a last holdout against such high-waisted buffoonery, uncouth, to Jaguar's British heritage or its motto of Grace, Space, and Pace.