Chief Executive Magazine: Top Wheels, Part II: Five Cars for Play
October 31 2011 by William J. Holstein and Michael Jordan
From Chief Executive Magazine, this is the second of a two-part series on top cars for CEOs, Top Wheels, Part I: Five Cars for Work.
Your free time is limited. When you’re finally able to take a break, you want a car that’s rewarding and enjoyable to drive without the curse of exotic maintenance requirements. You’re not interested in clubby enthusiast-oriented wheels. You’re done with the Bentley, Bugatti or Maserati; you want excellence, not excess. In the second of our two-part series on top cars, we offer five cars that deliver on that promise.
The 2011 Jaguar XJ L Supersport is the car that the Germans keep trying to make yet can never quite carry off. Breathtakingly modern and yet with a sensuous style that recalls the fine cars of its past, the big Jaguar is almost more like a piece of sculpture than a mere car. And yet it has the soul of a private jet, breathtakingly fast and powerful, capable of whisking you to distant destinations with silent yet irresistible power.
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