The 7th generation X350 Jaguar XJR is not only the best to date but may well be the new class leader in the luxury saloon market.
The new model makes huge improvements in two crucial areas. A physically bigger car increases interior space (the main criticism of the outgoing model) and thanks to it's weight saving all aluminium construction (now the lightest in class), handling is now at least on a par with the benchmark BMW M5. As always the ride is superb, although new air suspension can prove troublesome on bumpy surfaces.
The X350 became the X358 with a facelift model in 2009. Body and grills were restyled along with interior seating and trim.