The driver of the Jaguar F-Pace drove into a deep puddle for the video. But something went wrongJanuary 25, 2021
The crossover Jaguar F-Pace failed the test and received a water hammer
A Jaguar F-Pace driver from Great Britain decided to shoot a spectacular video of driving through a deep puddle. However, something went wrong: the crossover engine stalled, and the car was left standing in the water, surrounded by ducks. After some time, he still managed to get out on land, but the arrival was fatal: the Jaguar received a water hammer.
A video of the unsuccessful Jaguar swim has appeared on YouTube. Probably, the owner of the crossover did not expect that the puddle would be so deep, or he intended to slip through the water obstacle at high speed. As a result, the F-Pace dived into a puddle, creating a large wave that covered the bonnet and windshield, and came to a halt in the middle.
The driver tried to start the engine several times, but to no avail. Apparently, the crossover spent quite a long time in the water: the video was edited, showing how the F-Pace gets out to the opposite “bank” of the puddle.
The following frames show how water flows out of the Jaguar’s exhaust pipe. In the description under the video, it is noted that as a result of the arrival, the car’s engine received a water hammer and is now beyond repair.
Tesla cars feel much better in the water element. Last year, during the floods in China, several videos appeared on the Web on which electric cars literally “float” along flooded roads – all thanks to a sealed bottom that protects the battery and the motor.
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