World First Smart Cone Challenge coming to MotorWorld Sydney

Visitors to MotorWorld Sydney will experience more test driving experiences than ever before, including the dynamic performance of the latest range of Jaguars on road, track and dirt. The highlight will be Jaguar’s world-first Smart Cone Challenge, and will be running from Thursday 1 December to Sunday 4 December at Sydney Motorsport Park, Eastern Creek.

MotorWorld Sydney will include exciting demonstrations of cars and bikes on the track, and informative presentations on new vehicles and products. In the main attraction, Jaguar’s world-first Smart Cone Challenge, guests will put the F-Type and XE through their paces around a computer-controlled course that will challenge driving skills and reflexes.


Other key features of the Tour include the ‘Ice Cube’, where visitors will use the All Surface Progress Control to tackle a slippery steep incline in Jaguar’s first ever SUV, and the ‘Twin Terrapod’, where guests will take control of Land Rover models and experience their hill climbing and descent capabilities. “The Smart Cone Challenge, Ice Cube and Twin Terrapod attractions will provide visitors with truly special driving experiences, all in the same place, all for the one ticket price.” – Kris Willand, Managing Director, MotorWorld Sydney

The primary focus of MotorWorld Sydney is to provide car buyers and enthusiasts opportunities to learn about and test drive the different makes and models available. The festival is designed to enable all sectors of the Australian motoring industry to interact with, entertain and educate those who have an interest in automotive.

The facilities at Sydney Motorsport Park have recently been refurbished to international standards, providing 100 pit spaces, two track circuits, a challenging 4WD arena and street and dirt track circuits. The newest technology in the motor industry will also be on display, with the Tesla Model S making an appearance.

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by Arrnott Olssen
Editor Rogue Homme