As the flagship vehicle of Jaguar's lineup, the XJ has gone through many changes over the years, dating back to its introduction in 1968.
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As we continue to wait for the arrival of the all-new Jaguar F-Type, the British automaker has released this video teasing us of what it'll sound like when you step on the accelerator.
Ever since being acquired by Tata Motors from Ford back in 2009, Jaguar has been going through its version of an extreme makeover.
In a surprise move, today at the New York International Auto Show, Jaguar has announced it will be adding another two-seater sports car to its arsenal: the F-Type.