Since joining Jaguar in 1999, Ian Callum has built a world-class creative design team, established a new design philosophy and revived the range with award-winning designs. A damn impressive career, and it isn't over yet!
“The Fall Preview is a wonderful opportunity for attendees to get a taste of what our 11-day festival in February will offer,” said Lisa Vossler Smith, Executive Director of Modernism Week.
Today, the Jaguar I-PACE, the first all-electric production vehicle from the Jaguar brand, has been unveiled to the world in a live webcast.
Today, Jaguar introduced to U.S. media and consumers the new expanded 2018MY lineup, including the all-new E-PACE SUV, XF Sportbrake and XJR575 sedan.
The development is intended to become one of the world’s foremost automotive product, engineering and design sites – fitting for a company with ambitious plans for continued global growth.
“Driving the concept on the streets is really important for the design team. It’s very special to put the car outside and in the real-world. You can see the true value of the I-PACE’s dramatic silhouette and powerful proportions when you see it on the road, against other cars.
Ian Callum, Director of Design, explains, " It’s a dramatic, future-facing cab-forward design with a beautiful interior – the product of authentic Jaguar DNA, electric technology and contemporary craftsmanship.”
Two legendary design visionaries share their views on the importance of Britishness, explaining how this philosophy influences the shape and form of every Jaguar and Land Rover, and how important this design direction is to them and their customers. (video)
In bringing SPECTRE to life, the second unit spent 18 nights over the course of three weeks shooting the stunning night-time car chase sequence with the Aston Martin DB10 and the Jaguar C-X75, racing through the city streets at speeds of up to 100mph. Or, did filming really take four days, and the crew had their way with the cars for two weeks? One has to ask!
Jaguar Land Rover has launched a research project to develop technologies that will offer drivers a 360-degree view out of their vehicle, uninterrupted by the pillars that support the roof. As the most intuitive and efficient way to navigate to a specific location is to be able to follow someone who knows the best route - so the Jaguar Land Rover team is developing 'Follow-MeGhost Car Navigation', which projects an image of a vehicle in front of the driver's car for them to follow