Every once in a while, car brands take on new challenges such as when Lamborghini announced that they’re making an SUV, Porsche making a 4-door sedan, or Nissan creating a supercar and the results have always been varied.
Hyundai took on a new challenge a few years ago by trying to enter the luxury car market to take on the S-Class, 7-Series and A8, and when I got the opportunity to get behind the wheel of the Hyundai Centennial, I was very intrigued!
A special thanks to Hyundai UAE for my luxurious 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.