Few brands carry more historical luggage than Jaguar, which has been struggling for years to drag the British sports tourer into the age of satnav. But great news! The Yanks have flogged the cat to the Indians, who plan to leave the Brits in charge. And the new cars are real BMW-botherers...
$108,350 - $173,170
Replacing the talented but unloved S-Type, the XF pings Jaguar into the 21st century. Smoothness meets tech; it's unlike any Jaguar you've ever driven.
$159,900 - $219,900
The bridge between then and now, Jaguar's big saloon looks kind of dated, but is made of aluminium and packed with tech. Be warned: there's a new one coming.
$199,900 - $250,300
Massively symbolic of Jaguar's new dawn - a sublime GT with looks and dynamics that send a fat shiver down the spine of Aston Martin's V8 Vantage. Seriously.
$53,990 - $78,150
A hopelessly misguided attempt to propel Jaguar into the mainstream, this Mondeo-clone sedan nearly bankrupted the whole company. Not long for this world.