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That’s pretty high praise for a Lexus. I agree with you guys that the styling is great. Also it’s clear that emphasis was placed on unique design inside and out, which i appreciate because that’s always a high-dollar risk for an automaker.I test drove one about a year ago. I commented that it was enjoyable to drive. In sport+ it was fun to drive and the throttle was very responsive. I like the styling, it is very comfortable obviously. Only thing I didn't like was the fact it had back seats.
Obviously take it with a grain of salt from a guy who has never driven a 911 of any variety.That’s pretty high praise for a Lexus. I agree with you guys that the styling is great. Also it’s clear that emphasis was placed on unique design inside and out, which i appreciate because that’s always a high-dollar risk for an automaker.
If the drive doesn’t suck worse than say, a M850i, then dis cud b gud
I'm a pathological liar.I find all of this hard to believe.
Seems a little fussy from the back and not sure about the wheels, but overall it's the most attractive Lexus I've ever seen by far. Love the color.
I’d take the E63S all day long—particularly the wagon version. Per the tradition of German sport sedans, I want a wolf in sheep’s clothing—a sedan that looks like a sedan, not one stuck halfway morphing into a sports car.The 4-door AMG GT? That’s a handsome looking car with some interesting spec. I only have two questions about it. First, as great as the E63S is, can this be better enough for people to pay $50k more for it? Second, why isn’t it called the CLS AMG?