The following cars represent the most technically advanced available.
Jaguar improves on its gorgeous F-Type roadster with the 550-horsepower 2015 F-Type Coupe R and its sleek and sexy hardtop.
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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 Jaguar C-X75 was supposed to be a halo car that'd put Jag back up there with the likes of Ferrari, McLaren and Porsche. It only ever made it to Prototype stage, but thankfully we were allowed to play with one of five.
The C-X75 is the Jaguar that should have become the firm's halo hypercar, but sadly, it was killed off before it could reach production. Thankfully, there are five prototypes still kicking about, and we had a 200 mph go in one.
The stunning Jaguar C-X75 will never be made, so an afternoon with four of the five prototype cars produced won't be one we forget in a hurry.
The smooth and quiet 2014 Jaguar XJL makes driver and passenger comfort its top priority. This luxury sedan and its tech may be aging, but they're doing so gracefully.
After several years of tinkering, Jaguar once again chats up the jaw-dropping C-X75 hybrid supercar, and shows off an incredible behind-the-scenes video of the latest prototype.
Despite being a big, performance-oriented sedan, the 2014 Jaguar XJR acts as gentle as a kitten when driven around town, but cabin electronics don't push any tech boundaries.
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.
Toshiba's multimedia and gaming Qosmio X75 laptop gets great performance from its high-end components at a reasonable price, but the design and some features feel dated.