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by English car lover from Palm Beach FL | December 26, 2010
I had this car for about two years and honestly it is one of the most beautiful cars i have ever laid eyes apon. Timeless elegant lines, that no other luxury car brand can compair itself to except for maybe Bentley and Jaguar. I find this car as comfortable as my jaguar xkr performance is good but not great because of the cars size. If you want a car that you are afraid to drive anywhere this is it. If you want a car that screams wealth and power this is it. If you want a car that makes everyone stop dead in there tracks and look this is the car for you. I get so many compliments on this car no matter where i go from young and old. Truly an amazing motor car