Launched at the Geneva Motor Show earlier this year, the Vantage AMR has been confirmed as being the first series production derivative of Aston Martin's new race-inspired performance range. The AMR brand has two distinct tiers: series production limited-edition models such as the new Vantage AMR sit at its entry point, while an extensively modified AMR Pro model will sit at the pinnacle of the range. The Vantage AMRs are offered both with 430bhp V8 or 595bhp1 - up from 565bhp - V12 powertrain options. Vantage AMR is available in four striking AMR exterior schemes: Stratus White with an Orange graphic; Ultramarine Black with Blue graphic; Zaffre Blue with Red graphic; and Scintilla Silver with Grey graphic. And there are different interior schemes with a combination of leather and Alcantara for the Vantage AMR Coupes and all-leather for the Vantage AMR Roadsters. The Global Vantage AMR production is limited to just 300 cars: 100 V12 and 200 V8.
Designed, developed and built in the UK, the Jaguar F-PACE was named World Car of the Year and World Car Design of the Year by a panel of 75 influential motoring journalists from all over the world in April. And you'll be able to see it at the London Motor Show from 4-7 May. Jeremy Hicks, Jaguar Land Rover UK MD, said: "The Jaguar F-PACE is one of the greatest British automotive success stories and the fastest-selling Jaguar ever. It's only right that the car and both of the trophies it won are displayed here in the UK at the London Motor Show for the whole nation to see." Jaguar's first performance SUV is designed and developed in the UK and built at Solihull. It is already the most searched Jaguar ever in the UK with 4.4 million unique page views of F-PACE content since launch. The Jaguar F-PACE, priced from £34,730 is available to order now at Jaguar UK retailers. The London Motor Show takes place at Battersea Evolution from 4-7 May.
The Jaguar I-PACE concept electric vehicle has made its first public display on the roads around London's Olympic Park. "The feedback on the I-PACE Concept has been fantastic," said Ian Callum, Director of Design at Jaguar. "With the I-PACE Concept we've torn up the rule book to create a vehicle with supercar inspired aesthetics, sports car performance and SUV space, in one electric package." The I-PACE will be able to accelerate to 60 mph in around 4 seconds and its 90kWh lithium-ion battery will have a range of more than 500km. These will have an 80 per cent charge achievement in just 90 minutes using 50kW DC charging. Both front and rear axles have compact, lightweight electric motors that give a combined output of 400PS and 700Nm of torque, with the benefits of all-wheel drive. It will be a true Jaguar and a true drivers' car. As Callum says: "The I-PACE Concept represents the next generation of battery electric vehicle design. For me, the future of motoring has arrived." Full information on the I-PACE Concept can be found on the Jaguar UK media site. To be one of the first owners, go to jaguar.co.uk and click the 'I want one' button.
The Jaguar Range Rover family of easily recognised vehicles include the Range Rover, Range Rover Sport and Range Rover Evoque. Between them, they have transformed the fortunes of the UK's largest vehicle manufacturer. Now, a new model as joined the impressive line-up, the Velar. And in a real boost for the under pressure British car industry, the company confirmed that the Velar will be built exclusively at its flagship Solihull plant in the West Midlands. Dr Ralf Speth, Jaguar Land Rover CEO, said: "The expansion of our product range and building this British designed and engineered car in the UK is a sign of our confidence in British manufacturing. We are leading the global premium car industry with our commitment to our home market and our heart, soul and headquarters will always be in the UK." Jaguar Land Rover accounts for 85 per cent of all premium cars produced in Britain and contributes £10bn to the UK economy every year. Last year, they sold 583,313 cars - more than one every minute, 44 per cent of which were Range Rovers. Production of the Jaguar Land Rover models in the UK supports more than 40,000 British jobs and there are a further 250,000 jobs working within the supply chain.
Jaguar Land Rover has set a new record in 2016, producing 1,727,471 vehicles. It means that they are the largest automotive manufacturer in Britain, accounting for more than 30% of all domestic car production last year. This underlines the improvement from the car manufacturer since 2009, when their total annual production was 158,000 units. Andy Goss, Jaguar Land Rover Global Sales Director said: "Jaguar Land Rover has once again shown that investment in new models, skills and advanced technology are critically important to ensure Britain has a thriving automotive industry - even in the face of current uncertainty. "To be the UK's largest automotive business once again is a tremendous achievement. We are proud to call ourselves a British company and are committed to ensuring manufacturing remains the backbone of the British economy."
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