IGNITION HIPPO Tag it Before you depart… THEY MAY BE SMALL THINGS, BUT LUGGAGE TAGS can say a lot about a person. Luckily Jaguar’s new heritage collection includes the perfect solution in luxurious ‘Ecurie Ecosse’ blue leather with white contrast stitching and the number 3 roundel to celebrate the 1957 LeMans-winning D-Type racecar. Available from Jaguar dealers, stores and online for a reasonable £15 (€19) alongside equally fetching luggage. Carousel cool. Habitat: Sub-Saharan Africa Deadliness: High – the hippo is considered to be the most dangerous animal in Africa Method of killing: Biting, trampling Pain: High How to survive: Don’t approach! They look cute but are aggressive monsters DEADLIEST ANIMALS Beware! SOME EXOTIC HOLIDAY DESTINATIONS are more dangerous than others. Use our handy guide to avoid a scrape with one of nature’s undesirables 14 j THE PERFORMANCE ISSUE travel Stand-out in Seoul with Jaguar’s latest luggage and stay standing (and safe) elsewhere using our handy deadliest animals guide MOSQUITO Habitat: Africa and South America Deadliness: Very high – mosquitoes are the most deadly insect to humans, but low if you have an anti-malaria treatment handy Method of killing: The transmission of parasitic Plasmodium Pain: Low How to survive: Use an anti-malaria treatment DEADLIEST ANIMALS BOX JELLYFISH Habitat: Tropical indo-Pacific Deadliness: Low, but higher in children, due to their smaller body mass Method of killing: Stinging and release of venom from tentacles Pain: Very high How to Survive: Wear a full-body lycra suit. Seek anti-venom from doctors for stings DEADLIEST ANIMALS Visit it EVERYONE WANTS A SLICE OF ZAHA HADID RIGHT NOW The award-winning Iraqi-British architect has projects in various stages of design and construction all across the globe, her latest being the Dongdaemun Design Plaza in Seoul, South Korea (pictured) which opened in spring 2014. Massive in scale – the building is 86,574 sq m on a site of 65,000 sq m – and grand in scope, with art exhibition halls and conference spaces, plus a 24-hour design market, it is set to become a cultural hub for the city and beyond. So if you’re planning a visit to the already exciting city of Seoul, this building is definitely worth a visit, to be wowed by the architecture and what’s going on inside it. CROCODILE Habitat: Sea and freshwater in all tropical areas Deadliness: Very high – the saltwater and Nile crocodiles are very dangerous to humans Method of killing: Biting and pulling underwater Pain: Very high How to survive: Stick your finger in its eyes (it doesn’t like that) DEADLIEST ANIMALS PHOTOGRAPHY: PR; AHN YOUNG-JOON/ PICTURE ALLIANCE / AP; ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS; PHOTOFEES, THOMAS ACOP, AUSCAPE, TAMBAKO THE JAGUAR /GETTY IMAGES (4)
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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