Jaguar clearly needs to promote and its long-wheelbase XJ sedan, dubbed XJL, ...
Jaguar clearly needs to promote and its long-wheelbase XJ sedan, dubbed XJL, figured using the high-speed drones would do the trick.
It worked. And Jaguar even called it Game of Drones. Here is how it went down: Jaguar brought two drones and three XJLs to the illuminated studio in order to show off the big sedans’ interior space.
Of course the drone race was in order. A pair of the professional drone racers piloted the high-speed drones through the cars in the studio converted into the course with 13 illuminated, door-shaped gates. And these gates were shaped just like the XJL’s rear doors.
The challenge was for drones, traveling at 60 mph, and to navigate their way through the gates and make their way to the sedans.
To make things the bit more interesting, the two pilots were sitting in a back of the new XJR575, the newly revealed 575-horsepower version of the XJL.
It is no coincidence the XJR575 is offered exclusively as the long-wheelbase. The course was the great test, but the fact we were able to go at the such speeds proves how much space the doors of this Jaguar XJL gave us, said wining drone pilot Brett Collis. Despite having to fly through a cabin, we were still pushing the drones to their top speeds.
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