With its strident exhaust note, beautiful looks, and effective engine options, the Jaguar F-Type is a one hell of a driven grand tourer that’s done a lot for the British automaker’s brand popularity. And while sales are still not so impressive behind the Porsche 911, it has sold pretty enough to get a second generation.
After 13 years, production of the Aston Martin DB9 has actually drawn to a close. Entrusted with replacing the DB7, it launched at the 2003 Frankfurt Motor Show, where Henrik Fisker and Ian Callum’s model wowed the crowds. Ever since it’s been extremely substantial for the British marque, keeping the cash coming in after Ford
It seems that Jaguar won’t construct wagon versions of its existing designs in Europe due to an absence of need for the body style. “The [wagon] market is enormously shrinking. I’m extremely sad about it however it’s a very tough market to justify,” Jaguar’s design chief Ian Callum stated. Wagons have a significant following in