Perfect for feisty felines who need four doors.
Jaguar's taken another step into AMG and M territory with the new XFR-S, which promises to take the already-beloved XFR and make it faster, sharper, and even more likely to encourage sketchy behavior and reckless hooniganism. Which means it just might wind up being our new favorite four-door.
And the sledgehammer.
Quick personal anecdote time. Back in your humble author's first week at college, he stumbled upon a fraternity that, in order to attract potential pledges, had positioned a 1980s-era Toyota sedan on their front lawn and were offering passing students the chance to swing a sledgehammer at it.
Because 500 horsepower just don't cut it anymore.
When Jaguar was planning the XFR, back in 2008 or so, 503 horsepower probably seemed like the perfect amount of ponies to compete with the big boys of the super sedan segment. The E60 M5 and E63 AMG, its primary competitors, both cranked out 507 horses—close enough to the XFR for rock and roll, as John Mellencamp would say.
We've got cats at play.
Truth be told, I'm not a cat lover. I just can't get used to something pooing in the corner of the house. Not for me. Then I saw a 30-second TV spot showing three of the biggest felines in the world playing together, and I've never wanted one more in my whole life.
He sees you when you're sleeping, he knows if you buy Benz.
Christmastime is here, and you know what that means—it's time for every company in the Western world to roll out the holiday-themed advertising!