Jaguar-Land Rover North America President CEO Mike O’Driscoll leaves little room for doubt about a new Jag model. “Geneva (auto show) 2011 will be the 50th anniversary of the launch of the E-Type; what better way to celebrate than to launch a new sports car,” he says. Jaguar’s new XE – the name was registered last year – is radically different from the midengine Porsche Boxster-rival that was set for production in 2004, before being killed by internal politics. Of this F-Type concept, ...
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