While at the Detroit Auto Show, I had a chance to ask Lexus IS Chief Engineer Junichi Furuyama a few quick questions, and now my interview is available over at Lexus Magazine.
(Furuyama-san is a a very thoughtful individual — really enjoyed talking with him.)
Read my Furuyama interview at Lexus Magazine
Sounds like you should notice a night-and-day difference in dynamics between the current IS and the 2014.
The current IS handles very good.
But the new one has better interior, more room, better transmission and a host of other enhancements..
It’s really shaping up to be a segment killer this new IS350
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