Latest from Frankfurt Motor Show

Car companies show off new Euro models and 'green' concept cars. Some could be for sale here soon.

Jaguar XF
To shift gears in the Jaguar XF, you don't pull a lever. Instead, you turn a large silver knob that rises between the front seats as soon as the car is started. Individual gears can also be manually selected using steering wheel paddles. In the United States, it will be available with either a supercharged or non-supercharged 4.2-liter V8 engine.


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Since these models are only now being unveiled in Europe, U.S. prices and fuel economy estimates are not available.
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