My fourth XKR, but the first in the new shape (conv). The car feels more responsive and torquey than the old XK, reminding me of the aluminium XJR driving experience. It's a comfortable car for getting around day to day, and still fun on a blast across country.
Seats in back are as small and useless as the old XK. Minor niggle with roof - it doesn't like a full boot. Flappy paddles are a novelty for first 10 mins, but don't bother after that.
if money no object would have a Lotus Elise for weekends and DB9 the rest of the time. sadly money is an issue, and this ticks all the boxes