Thursday, 19 April 2012

Jaguar XJ8 L Old Globe Luxury Meets Modern day Sport

For ages the Holy Grail of luxury-car or truck recipes has been to somehow blend sumptuous richness with sleek high-tech sport. But seldom are the fruits of such compromise something close to best. For instance, when attempting this blend, definitely sporty luxury cars tend to appear thinly contrived when they try to be olde-globe traditional at the identical time. Likewise for plush quasi limos that try any sort of athletic sportiness.

One of the couple of cars that's arguably pulled off this blend with deep genuineness is Jaguar's luxury flagship, the XJ8.

These large sedans are offered in base XJ8 and hotter XJR models on a 119-inch wheelbase, or in XJ8 L, Vanden Plas, and Super V8 versions with a 124-inch wheelbase. All are powered by a four.2-liter V8. It tends to make 300 hp in XJ8, XJ8 L, and Vanden Plas or 400 hp in the supercharged XJR and Super V8. A six-speed automatic is the only readily available transmission.

We not too long ago got a week-lengthy chance to test an XJ8 L, an expertise that we definitely savored from beginning to end. Indeed, when you park any XJ8 in your driveway, you instantly feel yourself standing straighter, shoulders squared, sensing the globe seeking at you with envy.

And that feeling isn't restricted to the exterior. The XJ8's upscale vibe permeates the entire car or truck. A pull on the hefty chrome door manage reveals a cabin swathed liberally in high-superior leather. That is complemented by deep, dark polished wood and tasteful hints of sturdy chrome trim.

Receiving a lot of the leather and wood is the dashboard, which remains essentially correct to the traditional Jaguar ethos -- organic styling, basic round gauges, and a minimum of gadgets.

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