Bond & b e y o n d Jaguar will soon take a bow in the latest hotly anticipated Bond Film Spectre but its celluloid CV stretches back much further. To celebrate, J-Magazine takes a look at Jaguar’s rich and illustrious film history from Vertigo and Get Carter, to Furious 7 and Spectre 1930 1950 SWEET DEVIL (1938) Model: SS Jaguar Jill (Jean Gillie) thinks her boss Tony Brent (Bobby Howes) no longer loves her and plans to jump off a bridge as his Jaguar SS passes, so he’ll save her and realise how much he loves her. But when the car arrives it is his friend in the borrowed Jaguar. Comedy complications ensue. TWIST OF FATE (1954) Model: Mk VII The Mk VII is driven off the road in this film noir as lead character Joan Victor (Ginger Rogers), storms away from her lover. KISS ME DEADLY (1955) Model: XK120 Protagonist and detective Mike Hammer (Ralph Meeker) picks up an almost nude female hitchhiker after she runs out in front of his XK120 in the opening scene, nearly causing him to crash. OUR MAN IN HAVANA (1959) Model: Mk VIII The car appears at the end of this spy comedy with Milly (Jo Morrow), daughter of the lead, Jim Wormold (Alec Guinness). VERTIGO (1958) Model: Mk VIII Driven by the complex and suicidal Madeleine (Kim Novak) in this Hitchcock-directed classic. 28 j THE BLOCKBUSTER ISSUE
CULTURE This page: James Stewart plays detective in Hitchcock’s 1958 classic Vertigo with a Mk VIII and Kim Novak. Opposite page: Things get icy for Bond villain Zao’s XKR convertible in 2002’s Die Another Day 1960 1970 THE IPCRESS FILE (1965) Models: E-Type, S-Type, Mk II These iconic Jaguars feature throughout this equally iconic thriller starring Michael Caine. MISUNDERSTOOD (1966) Model: Mk IX This classic car is used by the widowed John Duncombe (Sir Anthony Quayle) in this Italian film and Cannes Festival finalist. HOW TO STEAL A MILLION (1966) Model: E-Type Series 1 Private detective-cumburglar, Simon Dermott (Peter O’Toole), employs this stunning Jaguar to seduce his counterpart, Nicole (Audrey Hepburn), by letting her drive him home. THE ITALIAN JOB (1969) Models: E-Type Series 1s According to Charlie Croker (Michael Caine) the E-Types were two of the “three fast cars if anything goes wrong” in the film. However, they are sadly crushed by the mob’s caterpillar tractor and pushed down the Italian mountainside. LE MANS (1971) Model: D-Type One of the racecars in the film. Star of the film Steve McQueen, was well known for his classic car collection and personally owned a 1956 Jaguar XKSS Le Mans racer. Fitting. THE BLOCKBUSTER ISSUE j 29
JAGUAR MAGAZINE celebrates creativity in all its forms, with exclusive features that inspire sensory excitement, from seductive design to cutting-edge technology.
The latest issue features a range of inspiring people: from Luke Jennings, creator of Villanelle, one of the most interesting television characters in recent times, to Marcus Du Sautoy, who ponders whether artificial intelligence is on the brink of becoming creative. Out on the road, we visit the US to explore the foodie heaven of Portland in a Jaguar I-PACE, take a Jaguar XE to the south of France to get a photographer’s viewpoint of the charming town of Arles, and much more.
David Gandy and his XK120 charm London’s creative quarter
| How charity In Place Of War channels creativity in conflict zones
| Interior designer Joyce Wang shares the latest trends in luxury
| Panasonic Jaguar Racing’s most successful year in Formula E
| Meet Jaguar’s new design director Julian Thomson
Often provocative, always creative: meet graphic designer Stefan Sagmeister
| The British woodcrafters bringing a new dimension to an age-old skill
| Sample Paul Pairet’s Michelin-starred culinary delights in Shanghai
| See how Iris van Herpen is redefining fashion technology
| Time-travel to the futuristic city of Seoul
Discover a different side to Eva Green
| Will your next taxi be a self-driven Jaguar I-PACE?
| What it takes to break a lap record at the Nürburgring Nordschleife
| The petrolheads racing in Jaguar’s new all-electric race series
| Up close with the latest special edition of the XE and XF: the 300 SPORT
A charged-up drive of the New All-Electric Jaguar I-PACE in Portugal’s Algarve
| The inside line on the creation of the revolutionary I-PACE
| Reinventing a classic: meet the E-type Concept Zero
| Fifty years of the iconic XJ saloon
| Exclusive interview with tennis star Johanna Konta
| Can supercomputers revolutionise art?
The latest issue introduces our new ‘cub’, the E-PACE compact practical sports car, which is already turning heads on the street. As we commit to electrifying every new Jaguar from 2020, we explore how pushing boundaries on track helps develop our sports cars, from writing motorsport history at Le Mans, to taking on the Nürburgring with the extreme XE SV Project 8 and being at the very cutting edge with the FIA Formula E Championship.
In this issue, we introduce a fresh new addition to the Jaguar family with the launch of the E-PACE. F1 racer Romain Grosjean reveals his passion for Jaguar while the Panasonic Jaguar Racing Team give an insight into their preparations. Plus, we get to grips with the fast-paced sport of drone racing and spend a unique day with the XF Sportbrake.
In this issue we return to top level motorsport but not in a conventional way, and by doing so accelerate the development of electric powertrains. In tandem, we introduce our Jaguar I-PACE Concept vehicle - a revolutionary new model available to reserve now for delivery in 2018.
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