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World’s Fastest Delivery Vehicle, Jaguar XJ 220

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World’s Fastest Delivery Vehicle, Jaguar XJ 220

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Jaguar XJ 220

It is the Jaguar XJ220 being used for fast food deliveries by Mooyah burgers in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Mooyah opened its first division in Plano, Texas and was started by Rich Hicks, originator of Tin Star and his partner, Todd Istre. As of July 18, 2012, Mooyah has 37 locations all over the United States and is hoping 200 eating places to be opened by 2014. They aim to deliver hot and fresh food on time otherwise money back, to achieve these aims in Dubai, Mooyah is using Jaguar JX220 for delivering the food all over the state. They operate from Dubai’s Battuta Mall, as they don’t make any excuse for delivering food cold. The Jaguar JX220 is performing the delivery of food to the customers and is powered by the 3.5 litres twin turbo V6 engine that generates 542 bhp. When it takes delivery, it sprints on the road from 0 to 62 miles per hour in just 3.6 seconds and get its top speed of 220 miles per hour and delivers the food in record low time or your money back! The Jaguar XJ220 is a supercar with two seats created by Jaguar from 1992 to 1994.

Jaguar is a British luxury car manufacturer, in association with the boffin automotive and race manufacturing company Tom Walkinshaw Racing. The Jaguar XJ220 alleged the record for the highest manufacturing car from 1992 until 1993 after soundtrack a top pace of 213.1 mph (343.0 km/h), and alleged the Nürburgring manufacture car. The Jaguar and its anticipated partners wished to build a present adaptation of the triumphant Jaguar 24 Hours of Le Mans racing cars. The early XJ220 idea car was made public at the 1988 British International Motor Show, held in Birmingham, England. Its optimistic response encouraged Jaguar to place the car into manufacturing process. The car will be put on show in the mall for the opening of the Mooyah burger bar before potentially hammering the road to distribute fast food to the customers all over the United Arab Emirates.