Jaguar XJ drives to the coldest town on earth
Two standard Jaguar XJ All-Wheel Drives have returned successfully from a 2000-mile round trip journey to the coldest city on earth. On December 19th 2012, thermometers in Dawson City recorded -49ºC (-56F), reportedly making the gold-rush town in Canada’s Yukon Territory the coldest town on the planet – so cold in fact that if you threw a cup of hot water in the air, it instantly turned into a mini blizzard, freezing before it hit the ground. Perhaps the greatest North American drive in the depths of winter, the aim of the journey was to drive from the Yukon capital Whitehorse (1800 miles north of Vancouver, BC) to a point of perpetual sunset in the shortest daylight week of the year.
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