We've already reviewed a different variant of Jaguar's long-wheelbase flagship XJL. However, unlike the last car's 3.0-liter supercharged V-6, this XJL packs a much bigger beast underneath its hood. The most significant difference between that car and this car is the 5.0-liter supercharged V-8, which adds 130 horsepower and 92 lb-ft of torque over the six-pot. It also deletes the front half of the drivetrain. That's right, this car has more power and fewer driven wheels.
You can't fault Hyundai for wanting to gain a foothold in the luxury-sport market - the brand has made an incredible comeback and has a clear vision of where it wants be - but the Genesis Coupe shows that South Korean carmaker still has a way to go if it wants to play with the big boys.
While there's plenty of newness to celebrate with the 2015 Dodge Challenger, including upgrades for both the user experience and the driving experience, everybody only wants to hear about the Hellcat. Yes, it's 707 horsepower; yes, it only (only!) costs $60,000. However, that's not the volume seller; the Hellcat isn't responsible for Challenger's year-over-year sales increases.
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