Crash Time China: Jaguar F-Type slams into a Volkswagen Passat CC

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A pretty bad car crash in China. An orange Jaguar F-Type R supercar slammed into a gray Volkswagen Passat CC in the great city of Zhuhai in Guangdong Province. The accident happened late at night on a junction in the suburbs of town. The front-right side of the Jaguar hit the left-front side of the Volkswagen, causing considerable damage to both vehicles.

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The impact was severe, and the bang was loud enough to attract numerous curious onlookers. Fortunately nobody got seriously hurt; a passenger of the Passat was taken to a local hospital with minor injuries.

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The odd position of the vehicles might indicate they were racing each other, with the crash happening during overtaking. The Passat CC is a popular car for customizing in China, with some having up to 400 horses from the manically strong 2.0 turbo.

The Volkswagen Passat CC is manufactured in China by the FAW-Volkswagen joint venture. Price starts at 252.800 yuan and ends at 342.800 yuan. Engines: 1.8 TSI, 2.0 TSI, and 3.0 V6.Time now for our Famous China CC Collection™: shiny silver, matte Pink, white-matte-black, banana, shiny green car, a matte purple CC, and a low-riding example.


Heavy damage at the front there, I am not so sure whether this Jaguar can be fixed. The owner can be seen making a phone call on a white smartphone. The Jaguar F-Type R has a monster supercharged 5.0 V8 under the bonnet, with an output of 542hp and 680nm. Top speed is 300 kilometer per hour and 0-100 is gone in 4.2 seconds. Go crash that..!

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  1. Hey Tycho,

    The CC was also available as a (very limited) import before the facelift, with the 3.6 litre VR6 engine that was also in the Passat R36. This baby is AWD, and pushing 300hp (makes a hell of a noise too), with 0-100 in about 5.7.


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