2009 - Issue 2

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The Jaguar Magazine provides an insight into news and developments from Jaguar, as well as reliving key moments from our history. To read a selection from Issue 2, 2009 please click on the articles below.

  • A VIEW FROM A CAR

    Rocks the size of houses sit by the road and forests of spruce cover the hills, but pockets of ash give colours that rival New England

    The XF Diesel S tackles dramatic hairpin climbs and takes in Norway’s most stunning viewpoints. In this drive through Norway we hunt for the country’s best view by following some of the national tourist routes that the Norwegian government has created along some of its most beautiful stretches of road >

  • RED HOT IN THE DESERT

    The XKR powers through the sand, heat and wide, open spaces of the United Arab Emirates and Oman

    Abu Dhabi, the country’s capital, is our first stop, where the luxurious lines of the XKR are at home on the wide avenues that pass beautiful buildings such as the Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan al-Nahyan Grand Mosque and the numerous opulent hotels >

  • DESIGN STATEMENTS

    Jaguar all new XJ

    XJ chief designer Giles Taylor interprets the forceful, fluid design language of the all new XJ and XF chief designer Wayne Burgess explains how design reflects the luxurious, dynamic nature of the XFR >

  • THE STORY OF ALUMINIUM

    New XJ skeleton overview

    The XJ’s aluminium body is also at the core of Jaguar’s focus on environmental responsibility. It’s an enlightened approach covering every stage of the XJ’s life cycle – from its design, through to assembly and the moment it takes to the road, right to the time it ends its life >

  • XJ ON THE MENU

    ''I haven't seen anyone walk past Jaguar's new boutique showroom at The Berkeley and not turn their head.''

    Marcus Wareing is one of the UK’s most celebrated chefs. Born in Lancashire, he started work in the kitchen of London’s Savoy Hotel at the age of 18, and went on to learn his craft under the tutelage of Albert Roux and Gordon Ramsay >

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