Back in June, I got the opportunity to test the Jaguar F-type V6s Convertible and I titled the review as “The unforgettable drive” simply because it was an incredible machine that was perfectly balanced, sounded brilliant, drove like a dream and looked stunning.
In my mind, the only car that could beat the F-Type Convertible in its segment would either be the Porsche Cayman GTS or the F-Type itself, but not just any F-Type, the Coupe.
Huge thanks to Jaguar & Weber Shandwick for this amazing weekend ride.
I have had the pleasure of driving the XFRS for about a week, nearly 3 weeks ago. The reason I started writing this review now is because I did not want to write it emotionally, which alone, says a lot about the Jaguar XFRS.
The first day or two people would ask me, “Jaguars come like that now?” and I was considering having that as the theme for this review, but after a week with the car, there is a lot more to this car than that. Thus, the new theme is “A man’s best friend” which I believe really is what makes this Jaguar special.
Huge thanks to Jaguar & Weber Shandwick for this amazing opportunity.