Jaguar has survived its tougher years and now seems to be thriving on its own with a little help from the Indians that are pumping in the capital. They could have switched from low coupes and sedans to making just crossovers for rappers but they didn’t.
At the core of the company’s philosophy stands the first completely new car in a long time, the F-Type sportscar. Ian Cullum says Jaguar is fearless about building a performance machine, a car that’s light and agile. It’s not worshiping the old E-Type and it’s making it’s own name in the game.
When Audi gives you quattro and 333 horsepower in the S5, Jaguar will offer you an aluminum chassis and up to 380 horsepower from the same three liters of displacement.
So we’re not going complain if the leather isn’t as good as Mercedes’, or if the sat-nav doesn’t work, because Jaguar will deliver on their promise.