2010 Jaguar XFR design review
that Tata is the one laughing all the way to the bank.
Since the introduction of the XF model last year, Tata has been reaping the rewards of Fords hard work. It seems that someone should have made these changes over a decade ago. Of course, that is something that most automotive designers have been saying. Now that Tata owns Jaguar it seems that some good is starting to flow out of the company. With the introduction of the XF everyone saw that the XFR was soon to follow. And now it’s the time to talk about what Tata already knows about. Yes, the XFR is one gorgeous looking car, but it still has some bad aspects.
Mainly these aspects consist of problems which plague its base model as well. Like the bubble in the headlight, and those god-awful choice of wheels. Now really you think that a luxury car should have wheels that look like they came off of a 2004 Kia Rio. No, I think not. But it is nice to see that unlike Ford, Tata has covered up the hideous looking chrome air duct on the side of the car. That is one feature which does not look good, no matter how you do it.