2014 Jaguar XFR-S - First Drive, August 2013Enlarge Photo
One of the most famous race car drivers of all time is Ayrton Senna, and a first-generation Acura NSX has popped up on eBay with a claim that Senna was the original owner. In fact, the driver-side floor mat supposedly still has Senna's footprint on it. If this isn't a collector's item we don't know what is.
According to Bob Lutz, if Pontiac had survived a next-generation GTO would have been launched. The new Goat was clayed out as a full-scale model and was set to be a four-passenger coupe based on the G8 sedan's Zeta platform.
We drove the 2014 Jaguar XFR-S and found the most powerful Jaguar sedan ever launched never ceased to have us grinning. Set to compete with the BMW M5 and Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG, the XFR-S doesn't have all the complicated electronics and settings that you'll find in the German competition; no, it's a simple car with lots of power. We can appreciate that aspect of it.
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