The new Jaguar F-Type Coupe has been unveiled at the Los Angeles Motorshow. This video shows the power of the new car, and the sound of the engine.
The car is built at the Jaguar Land Rover plant in Castle Bromwich, Birmingham.
Jaguar have unveiled the F-Type Coupe in front of the world's press at the Los Angeles Motorshow.
The car is built in Castle Bromwich, Solihull, and is expected to go on sale in showrooms from early next year.
The hotly-anticipated Jaguar F-Type coupe, which is not on the market for another six months, has been spotted camouflaged in a supermarket car park in Leamington Spa.
The £80,000 model is the coupe version of the sports car and has been referred to as the world's best looking car by motorist enthusiasts.
The car was expected to make its debut at next week’s LA Motor Show with deliveries beginning in Spring 2014.
Jaguar Land Rover has announced its quarterly profits have increased by 55% more due to global demand.
The Coventry-based company said retail sales surged 21% year-on-year to 102,644 vehicles during the three months to the end of September, helping pre-tax profits hit £668 million.
It builds cars at plants at Solihull and Castle Bromwich in the Midlands, employing 25,000 UK staff nationwide.
Jaguar Land Rover recently announced plans to create another 1,700 jobs at its Solihull plant, to bring the total number of UK manufacturing roles announced by the firm over the last three years to almost 11,000.
West Midlands based car manufacturers Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) have announced they are looking to take on more female students at their sites at Lode Lane in Solihull and the new i54 business park factory in South Staffordshire.
The company launched its 2014 recruitment campaign yesterday and hopes to take on 150 new recruits. They also unveiled a brand new initiative targeted at teenage girls in an effort to inspire more female engineers of the future to get involved.
JLR provide the UK’s largest automotive apprenticeship scheme with 500 students across its five sites in the country. However, out of those 500, only 24 are female apprentices.
Commenting on the launch of the new programme, Mike Wright, Executive Director of JLR said: “The Automotive sector is incredibly competitive and never has the challenge and opportunity for engineers in this industry been greater."
"It is therefore critical that Jaguar Land Rover attracts the next generation of engineers and innovators to help."
The new Range Rover Sport, built at Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) in the West Midlands, has set the fastest recorded time for a land vehicle crossing on one of the harshest and most challenging desert environments in the world.
The record, set in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, saw the new model cross a harsh desert known as ‘The Empty Quarter’ in a fastest recorded time of 10 hours, 22 minutes. The desert is the second largest after the Sahara and known for temperatures exceeding 50 degrees Celsius.
The time was set by a standard production new Range Rover Sport with a 5.0 litre supercharged V8 petrol engine, running standard tyres. The only modification to the vehicle coming out of the JLR site at Lode Lane in Solihull was the fitment of an underbody protection plate.
The challenge is the second that the new Range Rover Sport has completed in recent months, following its record hill climb for a production SUV at Pikes Peak in America in June.
In September, the luxury car maker revealed a £1.5billion investment into its plant at Solihull, creating 1,700 new jobs.
And earlier this year, the company also announced it would be increasing its investment into its new factory at the i54 business park in South Staffordshire to £500million, employing a total of 1,300 people.
During Prime Minister's Questions, the MP for South Derbyshire Heather Wheeler asked David Cameron to join her in congratulating Toyota, which has a base at Burnaston in Derby, as well as other manufacturers, following recent figures which showed that car production in the UK has gone up by 10%.
In his response, the Prime Minister said companies like Toyota and Jaguar Land Rover are leading the re-industrialisation of the United Kingdom.
Car manufacturer Jaguar Land Rover has posted record sales for September, up almost a fifth on last year's figures.
Less than a month after JLR announced a second major expansion project in the Midlands, the company revealed it sold 43,181 cars in September - up 17 per cent on 2012.
During the first nine months of the year, JLR made 312,834 sales - up 16 per cent on the same period last year and exceeding the total sales figures for the whole of 2012.
In June, the company announced it would be increasing its investment into its new factory at the i54 business park in South Staffordshire to £500million, employing a total of 1,300 people.
And last month, the luxury car maker revealed a £1.5billion investment into its site in Lode Lane, Solihull, creating 1,700 new jobs.
One of the Queen's favourite vehicles, the Land Rover Defender, is to cease production in the West Midlands.
The last Land Rover Defender will be produced by Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) at Solihull in December 2015.
Featuring in the Angelina Jolie film Lara Croft: Tomb Raider and in the latest James Bond movie, Skyfall, the Defender name can be traced back to the early 1990s.
JLR has confirmed that Defender production will cease but has stressed a new replacement vehicle would join the Land Rover model range.
Jaguar Land Rover has confirmed it will create a £100million education centre for research and development at the University of Warwick.
Construction work starts on campus in September 2014. The facility will open in 2016 which is also when Jaguar Land Rover plan to have doubled the size of their research team. Around 1000 academics and researchers will work at the building.