When I'm super rich and hang out with Shaq on the weekends, I'm going to buy one of Jaguar's $140,000 Daimler Super Eight sedans. I'll just drive it back and forth to the golf course and that's it. I'm also likely to park it near the end of the driveway to make my neighbors jealous because I'm that kind of guy. The Super Eight will debut at the Frankfurt Auto Show this September, but Jaguar has just released some details on the super sedan. The vehicle's length is just over 201 inches, which means there's 39 inches of legroom in the back for Shaq to stretch out. Motivation will come from a 400-hp, 4.2L supercharged V8 that launches the aluminum-bodied Jaguar to 60 in 5.3 seconds, presumably without Shaq onboard. Chrome-accented mirrors, 18-inch wheels and monitors in the Daimler-branded headrests are all standard fare on my future fairway chariot.
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