Jaguar recently tried their new cars are fuel efficient, with a diesel-powered engines, making XF 2.2D become the most efficient model in history and to prove the claim, the Jaguars attempted journey from Birmingham to Munich using only One Tank of fuel.
British car company is successfully achieving their goals, with four-cylinder engine capable of running XF far as 816 miles or 1312 kilometers in 64 liters of diesel fuel. Thus, the Jaguar XF managed to deliver a fuel economy average of 57 mpg UK or equal to 4.9 lt/100km and 47.5 mpg U.S..
David Madgwick, an independent tester, accompanied by navigator Alexander Madgwick, drove the vehicle, which left Jaguar’s facilities with a little over 3,000-miles on the clock.
The crew was met in Munich by Chief Programme Engineer for the XF, Andy Whyman, who commented:
“The entire development team is very proud of what the new XF 2.2 has achieved – this not only proves the efficiency of the new model but underlines that performance and economy can be combined,” said Andy Whyman, Chief Programme Engineer for the XF.
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