The all-new Jaguar XF seemingly achieved the impossible and performed the world's longest
high-wire water crossing.

Commuters in the heart of London's business district were stopped in their tracks on Thursday 26th March, 2015 as the all-new Jaguar XF seemingly achieved the impossible and performed the world's longest high-wire water crossing, with the iconic skyline of Canary Wharf in the backdrop.

In a promotional tease ahead of its official New York Auto Show debut; the car was suspended 18 metres above the murky depths of the River Thames in London and driven across on a high-wire; only two 34mm carbon wires, supported the vehicle; fitted with specially grooved wheels and a safety 'keel' on its undercarriage the 240 metre journey sets the new world record for the longest high-wire water crossing, according to the World Record Academy.

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