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This is almost ridiculous. What does folding and origami cat with one hand have to do with stitching of the ES? It doesnt.
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      Ljn71
    • May 4, 2012
    I respectfully beg to differ. It gives an indication of whether or not the applicant has the manual dexterity required. My paper folding talent extends no further than a decent paper plane. I don't know,perhaps Peugot would hire me? ;-)
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      LF_EH
    • May 4, 2012
    Skills
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      Mike DeLorca
    • May 6, 2012
    A few reasons come to mind-----efficient at their skills, mobility, nimble, able to accomplish more with both hands, creativity, artistic,design capable, craftsman...... This is one more of LEXUS' small but important steps by steps to acheive AMAZING and PERFECTION......always a reason behind a reason with LEXUS....truly the BEST!
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I'm not saying this is a flaw. However, Lexus vehicles always had some sort of hint that the leather was [artistically] hand-stitched, and I LOVE IT! It gives the leather more charm and a cushier feeling. It nicely balances out the other bits of leather, which are usually of perfect fit (aka boring).
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It's too bad that the stitched bit on the top of the dash isn't real leather... /:
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This is why I love Lexus. They take measures that most automakers would never even think of to go above and beyond for quality. 
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i think it is fantastic

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