Hard to believe, but on average Jaguar only sold about 65,000 vehicles per year. This makes Jaguar a small company, but one dedicated to creating a unique vehicle, elite, with keys being hold by only an elite few. However, some industry experts believe that Jaguar got away from it’s roots in recent years, perhaps a reason why Ford sold them off last year. Now, the company you used to love is now being run by an Indian company known as Tata. (not see you later. -ed)
There are some automobile journalists that have recently driven the all new 2010 Jaguar XFR and believe despite it’s new ownership, this is Jaguar’s return to it’s roots. The 2010 XFR is the answer to start selling more than 65,000 vehicles per year.
Without question the 2010 Jaguar XFR is a sexy beast. It’s an orgy of over 500 horsepower, 460 ft lbs of torque, mounted to a 6-speed automatic transmission. Basically owners will be the fastest to their 8 o’clock Tee Time or basically fastest to wherever. Enjoy the fine lines of the 2010 Jaguar XFR below and be sure to chime in on what your first impressions are.