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Deep Draw Catching Fire!

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F-Type Coupe Leads Jaguar Innovation
Jaguar has long been considered one of the elite manufacturers of luxury vehicles. Part of the reason the
company has been able to maintain a world-class reputation — in addition to sleek styling and the ability to remain on the cutting edge of class and standards innovation — is the fact that Jaguar employs some of the most prestigious auto engineers in the world with regard to safety.

Engineering Is the Backbone of Safety

By employing some of the industry’s most elite engineers, Jaguar ensures that the car designs produced not only have high-quality aesthetic value but safety innovations that make them as secure as anything a
potential customer can find on the road today.

This year’s F-Type coupe does just that, keeping Jaguar’s driven pursuit of safety engineering at a premium.

While remaining abreast of and improving current safety trends and building on the successes of its own
innovations is second nature to Jaguar, this year’s F-Type is unique.

Side Panels Made of Single-Piece, Deep-Draw Aluminum Pressings

The safety measures built into the F-Type solidify past Jaguar innovations and set a precedent for a new
industry standard: body sides made of single-piece aluminum pressings. Industry pundits call these
“exceptionally deep-draw aluminum pressings … probably the most extreme cold-formed aluminum body side outer panels in the automotive industry” (1).

The reason single-piece aluminum pressings add such a measure of safety is a matter of physics. To simplify the math-intensive explanation, imagine the joints in a traditional car’s paneling as fault lines. Whenever the panel comes under stress, it is those joints that will fail first.

In addition to the joints failing, the mere fact that there are joints gives each panel less structural integrity as a whole. In other words, by eliminating joints in the paneling, each panel is — on the whole — much less susceptible to the tremendous forces generated in a car accident.