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Classic car restoration could become thing of the past as values plummet 0

The number of classic cars on our roads could be about to drop significantly. A recent report reveals that values have plummeted for the first time in ten years. In September, Coutts reported a 10.4% fall in the cost of vintage cars over the last 12 months. Figures show that since 2005 – when compared(…)

Jaguar aims to shelve ‘boring’ electric image with I-Pace 0

Jaguar Land Rover is looking to banish the “boring” label stuck on electric cars by creating a race series using its battery-powered I-Pace. The car maker announced in early September that all new vehicles it produced from 2020 onwards would have an electric option. Ralf Speth, the firm’s CEO, said that the ramifications of moving(…)

Can we really call the re-birth of a classic, a concept? 0

This is a guest blog by Servicing Stop PR Executive Jacqueline Gordon Concept cars, designed for one thing and one thing only – image. We either love them or loathe them. There’s one new concept currently on the block however, that we can’t quite make our minds up on. Traditionally, concept vehicles showcase a brand’s(…)

A look back at the Jaguar XKSS 0

1957. Sixty years ago. Seems like a long time doesn’t it? Harold Macmillan was in Number Ten, the first frisbee had just been produced, John Lennon and Paul McCartney met for the first time at a garden fete in Liverpool. What else? 1957 was also the year the Jaguar XKSS first wowed pretty much all(…)

A look back at the Audi V8 (1988 – 1993) 0

Audi hasn’t always been regarded as the prestige manufacturer it is today, back in the 1980s the German brand was regarded by many as a young pretender, a ‘Wannabe’ playing second fiddle to the big boys: Mercedes, BMW and Jaguar. The Audi V8 was the car maker’s first tentative step, to join the exclusive gentleman’s(…)

Land Rover Jaguar’s Autonomous Vehicles 0

With the recent news concerning the British government’s direction on autonomous vehicles, Jaguar Land Rover have just stated their intentions for their future in the driverless vehicle world. With the autonomous industry now including multiple start ups and huge technological and motoring companies, it is worth £900 billion and looks set to increase. Because of(…)

New 2016 Jaguar XF set to go on Sale in the UK 0

Jaguar turns 80 this year, and 2015 is set to be the busiest year ever for the luxury British car manufacturer. The Jaguar XF has been developed to rival the highly rated BMW 3 Series, there have also been updates to the F Type, XJ and even the E Type has been brought back to(…)

2016 Jaguar XJ Revealed to the Public 0

This large Jaguar XJ saloon car with all new body, technology and engine is set to rival the likes of the Mercedes S-Class and the upcoming new releases of the Audi A8 and the BMW 7-Series over the course of 2016. Redefined Engine The Jaguar XJ will be powered by a 3.0 litre V6 diesel engine,(…)

The £150,000 Land Rover spied upon 0

The ‘flagship’ Land Rover has been spied upon which many images spreading around the internet. The car is expected to combine with superb refinement and luxury. The potential top end Land Rover model has four tailpipes. This represents a significant modification, especially when considering other models that the brand produces. Four tailpipes mean that the(…)

Ever wanted to drive a classic Jaguar? 0

Well here’s your chance. Jaguar has launched a classic car driving experience day. You’ll get to drive some of the rarest cars from the British brand has to offer. It will be the first time in the company’s history that the public will be allowed to drive their most prestigious cars. How has all of(…)