And my point is?
If you need one car to do the jobs of many but want the thrill of a supercar there are alternatives to the traditional choices. Yes, the XFR is a compromise, as is every car below it, but the chasm of that compromise isn't the Grand Canyon you might expect in swapping from a Ferrari to a hot Jag. Of course, this is all nonsense, because if you've got that kind of cash to spend on a car, you'll have a fleet of motors anyway.
Source: Msn Cars