The Truth About Cars has posted up a delusional article today badmouthing the buildings of Lexus dealerships in Newport and Bellevue, then making this grand-sweeping statement about all Lexus dealerships:
While Lexus’ “L-Finesse” design language is moving their cars away from cod-Mercedes shapes, the Japanese automaker’s dealership architecture remains heavily influenced by parking garages, government buildings and maximum security prisons.
I say delusional because this photo was used as proof of bland architecture:
Does this in any way resemble a parking garage? How about a government building? What about this dealership? Remind you of a maximum security prison?