Interestingly, Jaguar has won the 24 Hours of Le Mans championship, the world's oldest sports car endurance race, for a stunning seven times. The first time it did so was in 1951 and the last time in 1990.
The climate tests are carried out at -40 degrees for 12 hours. After this, the car is stuck in a wind tunnel where 0-degree air and water is sprayed. The process ensures that all cars work fine in even the harshest of weather.
And before the paint job, each Jaguar is brushed with ionized Emu feathers to remove any dust particle.