Name still TBD, but don't rule out XKR-SRS.
If Jaguar's 550 horsepower XKR-S coupe
still isn't quite manly enough for you to consider trading in your rapidly-aging Porsche 911 GT3 RS, well, don't give up hope just yet. Jaguar may have an even harder-edged version of the Ex-Kay-Arse coming soon to a showroom near you.
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.
We have some fun in the rain.
Back in late June, Jaguar invited us (and a bunch of other automotive journalists) to the Monticello Motor Club in upstate New York to see what their R Performance Academy driving school entails. It's pretty simple: Buy a Jaguar XFR or XKR, and you'll receive a day of free on-track training with Jaguar's trained instructors.
What does that mean? 550 horsepower, baby.
Any car maker looking for a great way to pump some vitality into an aging model need only follow Jaguar's example, and cram the sucker full of horsepower.