Jaguar has named its new baby as the Jaguar XE, an all-new mid-sized premium sports sedan.
The Jaguar XE will be the first aluminum monocoque product and it will also be most advanced, efficient and refined in the mid-sized premium sports sedan segment. Now that is some serious technology use there by Jaguar, so other makers in this category better step up there game too. Continue reading Jaguar XE Premium Sports Sedan Confirmed
Debuting later this year, Porsche will unveil its second production hybrid model, the Panamera S Hybrid, adding another chapter to its Porsche Intelligent Performance development philosophy. Without sacrificing sportiness or elegance, this new Panamera model produces 380 horsepower with fuel consumption of only 6.8 L/100 km on the New European Driving Cycle (NEDC).
The Panamera S Hybrid is the most fuel efficient Porsche of all time. Optional low-rolling-resistance tires developed especially for the Panamera help this hybrid performance sedan deliver its impressive NEDC fuel economy figure. But even with standard performance tires, the Panamera S Hybrid’s fuel consumption is a low 7.1 L/100 km. Official EPA fuel economy estimates will be available closer to the car’s on-sale date.
Continue reading Porsche Expands its Hybrid Lineup with the Panamera S Hybrid Premium Four-Door Sports Sedan