Jaguar's new model blitz is set to hit unprecedented levels over the next five years, and this week's Autocar magazine has the lowdown on the four key cars that are set to transform the company's fortunes - and on which its future depends.
The six-page special outlines the firm's BMW 3-series rival and the coupé, estate and baby SUV that will follow on from it. We also reveal the plans for the larger Range Rover Evoque 'XL' that will sit on the same platform, and talk to former Jaguar boss Adrian Hallmark about the firm's ambitious plans.
Also significant is our first opportunity to ride in the new Porsche Macan. Embargo restrictions mean we can't give any details away regarding the Range Rover Evoque rival, but with the car set to be the biggest-selling Porsche in the future anticipation is high.
Other news exclusives include the details of a design competition being held by Fiat in London to design the next-generation Fiat 500 and Panda, the inside line on new regulations that could lead to the end of diesel in Europe, first images of the new Caterham rival being designed by Zenos and the latest on the new large saloon and SUV being created by European-bound Chinese car maker Qoros. We also give the full lowdown on the autonomous Nissan Leaf project.