This looks about right to me actually. I does indeed look like a mini GS but the upswept beltline at the rear doors seems to be a nod to the 1st generation and the HS combined. The front just seems to look a bit too tall (too Versa like).
The current design is fine. This evolution does not really change much. Average driving dynamics, cramped interior, and compact size do not allow it to stand out. Unless they make improvements in these areas, the looks are secondary.
I can't imagine Lexus picking up new customers fromThese designs rather just people who enjoy the ride
What's with the Twilight Zone tail lights?
Seems that Lexis is desperate to recover hemorrhaging sales of its line up from BMW and Mercedes.I doubt this will do much for their sliding sales unless they can offer more in the way of increases in power and refinement.
Checking the IS out these are so tiny and cramped inside compared to my 04 TSX...but this isn't bad looking though.
this would be boring as a Cruze or Corolla (with which it probabally shares most of its components). As a "near-luxury" car it's a joke. Buick has nothing to worry about.
This is a car for sorority girls. Except for the molded plastic bits on the front and rear, the car looks exactly like the current one.
Wow... the new IS is being updated. Really? Wake me when the 2018 redo is shown.
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