Just follow what Ford did: throw them at China. Yes the streets are cramped, parking spaces are tiny, highways are congested, but people buy full-size sedans regardless. The XTS/Taurus/Continental are big hits. The middle class millenials grew up seeing 'filthy rich' chauffeured in Cadillacs and Lincolns and now they want their own. I guess that's why some companies still keep their full-size sedan program alive. However most of them just stretch the mid-size sedan, add the mandatory 'L', and call it a day. In fact I believe Lexus should not miss the opportunity to stretch the ES and add a four-seat 'executive' trim to have remote chance of competing against very strong Lincoln/Cadillac/Volvo offerings. If the Camry can have a four-seater version, there's no reason ES couldn't have one. TBH I was once seriously tempted by the Ford EcoBoost V6s (which are unnecessarily overpowered) because they offer a lot of horsepower and AWD at a bargain. But brand loyalty keeps me waiting for the 7ES till this date.