Former Aston Martin designer Henrif Fisker: His company folded after 4,000 Karma plug-in hybrids had been built and sold, but now he’s back on more familiar territory – designing a custom-built body for existing mechanicals

He was, along with Ian Callum, responsible for the design revolution that turned Aston Martin from moribund maker of grand tourers into a brand repeat(...)

Familiar face: the new XF looks quite similar to the first-gen model but 83 per cent of the its components are unique to the car

As I turned in for the slow right hander, using the gearshift paddles to urgently slam down through the eight available ratios, I overcooked it all(...)

Magnifying glass at the ready to spot the changes on Jaguar’s new XF.

Meet the new boss, sang The Who, same as the old boss. Has Jaguar been dragging some old 12” LPs out of the back of the cupboard while designing the n(...)

XF won’t stray far from the current version’s shape.

The XF, more than any other car, is the car that saved Jaguar. Launched in 2007, into the teeth of the growing financial crisis, at a time when Ford w(...)

E-Type: £1 million price tag

Jaguar has relaunched the original E-Type sports car for a modern-day revival, albeit in the most limited way possible. Back in the 1960s, Jag develop(...)

Jaguar F-Type: looks as glorious in the metal as it does in its photographs

Several years ago, as Jaguar launched its new XJ, we got a chance to chat with its then chief executive Mike O’Driscoll. Within minutes the talk tu(...)

The newJaguar F-Type Coupe on display at the Geneva motor show

In a suprise turn-up at Geneva, Jaguar has given us our first glimpse at its all-importnant new small saloon. There is no physical car to see o(...)

It feels like we’ve known about Jaguar’s all-new F-Type sports car for a long time now. In fact, the first use of the F-Type name – implying a (...)