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Hybrid Jaguar C-X75 coming

Jaguar claims its forthcoming C-X75 hybrid supercar is more technically advanced than the Bugatti Veyron. Adrian Hallmark, global brand manager for Jaguar, who...

The Editor at Large looks at life

Automania’s Editor at Large is John Weinthal who recently turned 72 (he’s always been older than me)!  As a celebration (?) he sent the...

Jaguar C-X16 hybrid concept

The latest Jaguar concept, the C-X16 was released at the Frankfurt Motor Show in Germany last week.  Smaller than the XR series, its...

Ultimate Supercars at Royal Garden Plaza

On June the 10th at Royal Garden Plaza the chairman of the Pattaya city tourism and sports committee Ratanachai Sithidechanai chaired the opening of...

What ever happened to the Tiger Rally?

Tiger had more than a few problems this year, which is a shame, as the concept of having ‘classic’ cars on show, touring...

The “new” E-Type

Jaguar is losing the plot, as far as I am concerned.  When the E-Type first came out, it was an immediate sensation.  Such...

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