Jaguar XJ AWD | The conquest of the Arctic Circle

A journey through the coldest places in the world. Two Jaguar XJ AWD has traveled 2,000 miles where the temperatures are creepy and conditions are extreme for the cars. Along the way came up the Arctic Circle which has been affecting the towns of Whitehorse (Canada) where there is the least number of hours of light in the world, and Dawson City (Canada), where the thermometer fell to -49 ° C. This place is so cold that throwing a glass of water in the air, it freezes before hitting the ground. The two cars of the English house, both with the new 3.0 liter supercharged V6 petrol engine with 340 hp have completed this course in a few days with more than satisfactory results on the reliability of the XJ even in these very extreme conditions.

Jaguar XJ AWD

Jaguar XJ AWD

Jaguar XJ AWD

Jaguar XJ AWD

Jaguar XJ AWD

Jaguar XJ AWD

Jaguar XJ AWD

Jaguar XJ AWD

“The car has responded so well, showing its complete reliability to the owners of North America and Russia – said Adrian Hallmark, a senior Jaguar XJ who dealt with snow, ice, gravel and ruts of frozen mud without any particular problems.”

Jaguar XJ AWD

Jaguar XJ AWD

Jaguar XJ AWD

Jaguar XJ AWD

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