All the news from the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
The following cars represent the most technically advanced available.
The irony is that the 2012 Jaguar XKR-S' allure as "the fastest, most powerful production Jaguar model ever sold" is less about powerful performance than it is about making a powerful statement.
We fell in love with the gorgeous curves and excellent performance of the 2014 Jaguar F-Type, but middling tech and a very big price tag have us looking twice at its German competitors.
The smooth and quiet 2013 Jaguar XJ makes driver comfort its top priority, but an aging cabin technology package and an unrefined fuel-saver system give a rough edge to this refined ride.
Blending classic lines with high-performance, the Jaguar XKR-S works hard to justify its $130,000-plus price tag, but does the sports coupe ever actually earn it?
Hot and heavy is one way to describe this $132,000 Jaguar that caters to both the luxury and track crowd. Then again you could just call it really fast and furious.
Jaguar's pipe and slippers image is fading fast. That, in part, is thanks to making its cars a little bit mad, as it has with the XKR-S.
The Jaguar XKR-S might be too much car for the road; it's more at home on the track.
The 2012 Kia Rio SX sedan feels sportier than its cousins at Hyundai, but we'd rather not have to choose between between Kia's two tech packages.
Brian Cooley compares the all-new 2012 Porsche 911 (991) against the unlikely 2012 Jaguar XKR-S. Which would he buy?
The 2012 Range Rover Evoque is a luxurious and striking SUV with off-road chops and good-quality, if not cutting-edge, cabin tech.