You have to admit, the beginning of this equation is certainly better than two girls, one cup.
Now, onto the Jaguar.
We know Jaguar is gearing up the U.S. marketplace for its all-new offering, the long-awaited F-Type. While I think I can attest that many were hoping it would be priced a bit more aggressively than the high barrier of entry at nearly $70,000 large, I think most will agree it certainly is an enticing entrant.
It looks sexy, is equipped with two serious powerplants -- at least on paper -- and it sounds absolutely bananas. What's not to like? Well, so far the feedback here has lambasted the interior.
But aside from chastising its interior design, let's see what three well-respected drivers have to say about it. While you shouldn't expect ANY negative feedback from a Jaguar marketing clip featuring a couple of drivers sporting "Jaguar" zip ups, it does provide the opportunity to see and hear the vehicle in action.
Three world-renowned drivers — Martin Brundle, Christian Danner and Justin Bell — take F-TYPE prototypes out into the cold and challenging conditions of the United Kingdom's Snetterton 300 circuit and on the surrounding Norfolk roads in order to experience the F-TYPE's performance in full.