Despite an annoying cabin tech interface, the 2010 Jaguar XFR works well as an everyday driver and a weekend racer, pampering drivers with a luxurious cabin.
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The Jaguar XFR-S is wonderful thing. It's fast, noisy and devastatingly good looking. XCAR meets the most bonkers XF to date.
CNET Car Tech reviews the 2010 Jaguar XFR.
Jaguar's four-door coupe in its most red-blooded incarnation.
The sport model of the XF takes that humdrum sedan into track territory with a supercharged 5-liter engine and dynamic suspension.
Green light! As the XFR's accelerator pedals met with its soft downy carpet, so the guttural bellow of its V8 met the summery evening air. The race was on
Web video of the Jaguar XFR.
From the flagship XJL to the red hot XFR-S, Jaguar invites the public to test its cars during one of its 18 driving experience events.
High-end cars, like Jaguar's $80,000 XFR, are bought for their stellar performance and good looks. High-end audio? Same deal.
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