1 week ahead of it’s official debut, Jaguar has decided to give a sneak peak of their 2016 XF model. The British company has added a longer wheel base, claiming that this version will lead it’s class in rear seat space. The XF will come equipped with a 3.0 liter supercharged V6 allowing the vehicle to pump out 380 horsepower. Not bad, Jaguar continues to clean up it’s image, check out the pics above.
As Banksy wraps up his “Better Out Than In” residency of New York City, Day 30 pops out as one of my favorites. The Brit took on the legendary Yankee Stadium as a canvas, painting a leopard stencil along the wall. If you’ve ever been to the Big Apple, you know that the city can indeed take on a “Concrete Jungle” like feeling. This might not be one of his most provocative or satirical, but in my opinion it’s definitely one of the better pieces over the entirety of the exhibition. Today is day 31 marking the end of “Better Out Than In”, stay tuned for the conclusion to what’s been a wild ride.
Tax The Rich is an online automobile video base, these guys are absolutely nuts, they take some of the world’s rarest and fastest vehicles throw them on a track; and push them to the limit. Above we have the trailer for their upcoming documentary, during the process of filming they made a Jaguar XJ220 burn out so intensely that it literally catches fire; take a look at the video above and hit them up at the link below for more.
Jaguar has unveiled a new adaptation to their “F-Type” model in the form of the “Project 7 Concept Roadster”. Set to make it’s first appearance at the upcoming GoodWood Festival of Speed, this baby boasts a 5 liter V8 that pushes out 550 horsepower. That power under the hood brings this beasts’ top speed to just under 200 mph and helps it go from 0-60mph in 4.2 seconds. Unfortunately these will probably never actually hit streets so either get down to GoodWood Speed Fest or enjoy this video below.