Founded in 1935 in Britain, Jaguar, with its sister company Land Rover, is currently owned by Indian manufacturer Tata Motors. Although the company currently produces luxury sedans as well as a luxury SUV, the company is known for their two-sear sports cars, a tradition that continues with the current F-Type.
The British automaker's flagship is going out in style with this one-of-300 special edition model.
Jaguar's flagship sedan bows out with a special edition model as the company prepares for an all-electric successor.
Making a sporty electric car isn't just for luxury automakers.
Tata, which owns both British brands, supposedly wants to help save costs on electric vehicle development.
Jag joins the likes of Mercedes-Benz, Honda, McLaren, Bugatti and Daihatsu in offering a wild digital concept to gamers.
Jaguar's Vision Gran Turismo joins the likes of Bugatti, Peugeot and Mercedes in the Gran Turismo series of games.
The program will run until late November and will cost just $164 for a lap of the famed Nurburgring Nordschleife.
Following the F-Type and F-Pace Checkered Flag models comes the E-Pace version.