2013 Jaguar XJ AWD Ice Driving

Nik J.Miles takes an Ice drive in the New Jaguar XJ AWD on an frozen lake in Canada

More Videos...

New Supercharged V6 Jaguar XF and XJ First Drive AWD Tech Demo and Review: 2013
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The newly revised Jaguar XF and XJ may look the same for the 2013 model year but it's what under the skin that makes them all new. First and foremost is a new super charged 3.0L that produced 340 horsepower. Unlike the previous generation of both cars in the United States you can now have your Jaguar with a V6. But perhaps what's more important to Jaguar is that both cars now feed power to all four wheels instead of just the back two. This means that Jaguar can directly compete with cars from other premium brands like Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz. In this exclusive TFLcar video we are hosted by Jaguar in snowy Quebec to see just how well the newest awl-wheel-drive Jaguar handle the snow and freezing rain of the Great White North.

Jaguar Winter Mode Combats Philadelphia Harsh Weather
http://www.cherryhillclassiccars.com | This video demonstrates the technology used in the latest Jaguar vehicles to achieve outstanding levels of safety and performance in harsh winter conditions. Schedule a test drive today at the Philadelphia area's leading Jaguar retailer, Cherry Hill Classic Cars. Call 856-424-5300 for details.

Тест-драйв Jaguar XJ AWD
Тест-драйв Jaguar XJ AWD http://www.kommersant.ru/doc/2383741

Official Video of 2013 Jaguar XJ AWD in Extreme conditions
SUBSCRIBE \ ABONAȚI-VĂ: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=17turboFREAK Official Video of 2013 Jaguar XJ AWD in Extreme conditions The numbers 2995cc, V6, 4WD, 335bhp, 332lb ft, 22.8mpg, 234g/km CO2, 0-62mph in 6.1secs, 155mph, n/a kg The cost $76,700 The XJ wasn't initially destined for AWD, so the engineers have had to work around an awkward body and engine design - a necessary task, considering AWD models account for almost 50 per cent of the US market for big saloons, and up to around 80 per cent in the Snow Belt states and Canada.