this particular car, the engineers at Jaguar put their
heads together and decided to give birth to a thoroughbred
reminiscent of the cat-adorned brand's golden racing
days. While this car looks good cruising around distinguished
neighborhoods, you can only get a full appreciation
for this magnificent specimen on a racetrack. This is
one of those automobiles that gets better the faster
you go. Given the sticker price, you know an owner of
such a speed machine already has several sets of wheels.
So reserve this cat for special missions, and be on
the lookout for law-enforcing individuals.
styling combined with the finishing touches and paint
job turn a lot of heads, while sensuous lines and modern
design make it an attractive sports automobile. The
supercharged engine gets this car going fast, and the
great Brembo disc brakes take care of the reverse motion,
all in premium style and elegance. In fact, the XK lineup
has had its share of success on the racetrack over its
forty-year history. Thanks to the sport-tuned Computer
Active Technology Suspension, the ride is excellent
and very stable.
you will be greeted by elements of luxury rather than
the bold, rough cabin found in racecar-like street vehicles.
Highlights include Bluetooth wireless connectivity,
DVD navigation, carbon fiber panels and premium soft-grain
leather. But forget about seating anyone in the back;
there is simply no room.
is a $2,200 charge for the optional Adaptive Cruise
Control included in our Limited Edition tester, which
already costs an extra $5,500 for goodies like 20"
BBS Perseus wheels, cross-drilled brake discs, contrast
stitching and an array of upgraded details. At least
the XKR manages to avoid the gas guzzler tax and is
classified in the LEV category for emission. Ready to
a review of the new Jaguar XKR