When the Jaguar F-Type debuted in 2013, it seemed like it could be a one-off construct. But almost four years later, it has become an international cornerstone of the Jaguar brand.
Held on the Great Lawn at VanDusen Botanical Garden, Vancouver’s annual Luxury & Supercar Weekend is a veritable buffet of noteworthy and exciting cars.
Every year, without fail, the Canadian International AutoShow presents a great collection of ultra-desirable cars and this year was perhaps one of the best in recent memory.
A whirlwind visit to the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show proved that Japanese car manufacturers take a back seat to none when it comes to sheer ingenuity.
This doesn’t happen often. An automaker holds an event and shows up with not one, not two, not three, but four all-new cars that could each make a legitimate claim to being the brand’s halo model.
This article is about the first all-new two-seat roadster to be released by the British marque in over 50 years. It’s a car that was a very long time coming, especially when you consider the enduring legacy of the most legendary Jaguars of the past.