Roosters Vs. Jaguars

When people talk about German engineering and durability, they usually mean the automobile industry. When they talk about sheer luxury, British car brands come to mind. Both countries have had a long history of car manufacturing and technological advancements in these areas. German cars are considered durable beasts, lasting thousands of kilometres without flinching an eye, or in their case, flinching a car part. They’ve been at the top of the game for many years and have brought around many welcome changes. During the 1980s the German Auto Industry started expanding beyond the European market and made acquisitions all over the world. They ventured into countries like the US, Mexico, Brazil, China and Turkey. This expansion has led to present-day companies operating a few different car brands under a single parent company.
The automotive industry in the United Kingdom on the other hand is best known for its premium and sports cars. The UK is a major centre for manufacturing sturdy engines. This can be seen in the significant presence of British cars and car parts in the motorsports industry. It all dates back to 19th century England when the first patent for a motorised petrol engine was published. The English and the Americans were the leaders in the automotive industry throughout the 20th century, only to be overtaken by their German competitors in the 1980s.
We all have our preferences when it comes to car brands and are also willing to defend our view against others. After all, it’s all based on a personal choice. So, what exactly does a rooster have in common with a Mercedes? And how does it fair against a ‘British’ Jaguar? Can ‘stability at all times’ rival ‘cat-like reflexes’? Mercedes and Jaguar put them to the test. It’s up to you to decide who the winner is!