I don't know if it's the image or what but it doesn't look as big as crossovers but about the same height as sedans used to beLooks awesome, not bad at all!
It's all now in their hands for a good handling
If they do it with good handling, I can see myself burn some money
the same way the LC300 was, currently next gen prius, camry and bevy are all hidden. Spy vehicles and their sighting have now moved into Toyota PR. They only start "revealing" themselves once we the rollout plan has finalized to keep eyes directed at launch.One thing is for certain though toyota has kept a pretty good wrap over the 16th gen cause not a single test mule has been spotted.
But images of production ready lc300 leaked in april which was 2 months before launch and if rumours are correct we are about 2-3 months from launchthe same way the LC300 was, currently next gen prius, camry and bevy are all hidden. Spy vehicles and their sighting have now moved into Toyota PR. They only start "revealing" themselves once we the rollout plan has finalized to keep eyes directed at launch.
Praying your opinion is correctWith the ES production going back to Japan, I suspect Lexus is taking the ES upmarket to fill both the current ES and old GS market positions.
The Crown/ES is becoming Toyota's version of the Audi A6, FWD based but sporty AWD Sports sedan.
The new ES will be based on the upcoming FWD-based Crown but with more power, better handling, better NVH suppression and more luxury features. I suspect e-AWD will be standard on the ES.
A new article on bestcar claims crown will be based of the bz4 sdn and will be more driver focused where as crown majesta will return and will be more for being chauffeured in, so crown would technically be filling in the role of mark x