It’s 2022 and we’ve come a long way as far as gender stereotypes go, says Newshub. But new research commissioned by Jaguar has revealed 84% of Kiwi men surveyed believe they are better drivers than women – despite 64% of serious crashes happening with males behind the wheel. Jaguar has a history of breaking gender stereotypes that includes one of its original racing drivers, Sybil Lupp, a New Zealander who forged her way into the male-dominated industry in the 1950s.