2010 TG Awards: Luxury Car of the Year
Beijing’s Forbidden City also serves as a spacious car park for the new Jaguar XJ…
Posted: 18 Jan 2011
Of course, all concerned vigorously deny it. The XJ is still British through and through, and part of its considerable charm is the wit and humour evident in its execution. We gravitate towards people, TV, films and art that make us smile, so why not a car? Only Jaguar has figured out how to make a car welcome you as you get into it. But the fact remains that Jaguar's biggest car shrewdly bundles all this stuff together in a package that works in the parts of the planet the West's horrible recession never really hit.