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The Jaguar #02

  • Text
  • Grosjean
  • Racing
  • E
  • Sportbrake
  • Pace
  • Jaguar
  • Racing
  • Drone
  • Formula
  • Audio
  • Drivers
  • Hepburn
  • Steering
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.

THE NEW XF SPORTBRAKE

THE NEW XF SPORTBRAKE GET PACKING Whether looking for a day in the snow or riding the waves – or indeed both – the New Jaguar XF Sportbrake will offer you everything you need, from improved load space to stunning new looks and Jaguar’s famous driving dynamics. For all of your equipment needs, the versatile load space, starting at 565 litres, will give you more than enough to fit your gear and your friends. The new XF Sportbrake has increased knee room for second row passengers to make sure they ride along happily, too. For even more, simply fold the rear seats down, and you’ll be looking at two metres in length and over a metre in width, giving you up to 1,700 litres of luggage capacity, ideal for, say, a set of snowboards or your surfing bags. Plus there is discreet underfloor stowage for your extra bits of kit. The Powered Tailgate comes as standard, and a Powered Gesture Tailgate is available for added convenience, so you can have easy access to the loadspace – even with your hands full as you pack your stuff. Strap the robust and waterproof Activity Key on your wrist, and you’ll be able to leave your keys in the car when you hit the waves or snow, and still be able to easily get back inside once you’re done. The new XF Sportbrake has that unmistakable Jaguar Design DNA, too. The sleek, low roofline can be boosted with a 1.6m 2 panoramic glass roof – the largest in its class – adding further to the feeling of space and flooding the interior with light. With a selection of available engine options – many featuring our Ingenium technology – you’ll always find a configuration to suit your needs; whether they be efficiency or performance*. For more information on specifications, features and equipment, head over to jaguar.com or visit your local retailer, where you will also find the full range of Jaguar Gear accessories available to make the new XF Sportbrake your own. Information is subject to change and may vary by market. 66 THE JAGUAR

“THE 565-LITRE LOAD SPACE WILL GIVE YOU MORE THAN ENOUGH TO FIT YOUR GEAR AND YOUR FRIENDS” * Official fuel consumption figures for the XF Sportbrake in l/100km (mpg): Urban 5.6 (50.4) – 8.5 (33.2), Extra urban 3.9 (72.4) – 5.9 (47.9), Combined 4.5 (62.8) – 6.8 (41.5). CO 2 emissions g/km: 101 – 192. For comparison purposes only. Real world figures may differ. THE JAGUAR 67

 

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THE JAGUAR #04

 

THE JAGUAR magazine celebrates the art of performance with exclusive features that inspire sensory excitement, from dynamic driving to seductive design and cutting-edge technology.

In the latest issue of The Jaguar magazine, we tour beautiful Portugal in the game-changing New All-Electric Jaguar I-PACE, and learn what it took to build this truly desirable electric vehicle by interviewing the key players involved in its creation. The themes of cutting-edge innovation continue as we get a first look at a classic E-type with a difference, and explore the latest trends in creative artificial intelligence and smart home technology. Get an insight into the world of high performance through our interviews of Formula E racing driver Nelson Piquet Jr. and tennis star Johanna Konta, and join us for visceral thrills as we hit the Jaguar Ice Academy’s Arctic tracks along with some unusual passengers.

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The fuel consumption figures provided are as a result of official manufacturer's tests in accordance with EU legislation.
A vehicle's actual fuel consumption may differ from that achieved in such tests and these figures are for comparative purposes only.