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Published Date: 23/03/2015

Luxury car manufacturer, Jaguar are set to deliver the all-new XF in the most dramatic way possible. Jim Dowdell, an expert British stuntman who has appeared delivering high standard action stunts in movies including Bond, Bourne and Indiana Jones has joined the team to perform a world first-high-wire water crossing in the extravagant saloon.

The all-new Jaguar XF will start its extraordinary journey on 24th March, London, one week ahead of its public motor show debut in New York. The unbelievably incredible drive event which is set across two 34mm- diameter wires suspended high above water, was created to highlight the lightweight and agile credentials of the luxurious XF.

Anyone wanting to catch the incredible event can stream it online at jaguar.co.uk/newxf from 19:00 GMT on 24th March.

Jaguar had delivered their XF range back in 2007, and since then it has proved to be a giant success being the biggest selling and most awarded car in its current price range. The previous XF was certainly in a league of its own, providing an immense amount of power combined with its incredible ride and handling quality, no wonder it is one of the most popular models in its class.

The team at Jaguar believe they have raised the bar with the new sophisticated XF stating it that it will offer exceptional levels of technology along with refinement, luxury and comfort.

The director of design, Ian Callum has commented “I believe the all-new XF will be the best looking car in its class. Elegant, handsome and with proportions that imbue a great sense of integrity – the all-new XF will be true to the strong tradition of sporting Jaguar saloons while being completely of its time”.
The full range and further technical details will be released when the XF makes its global motor show debut in New York on 1st April, with which the XF will go on sale from autumn 2015. To find out more about Jaguar’s XF range, contact us today. 

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