According to that one sole Japanese source the ISF was supposed to be announced in November. Disappointing reallyJust saw the new ones at a mall to sit in. I like the new look still aggressive and a little less boy racer. Want to know what the heck is going on with the potential 500 or F. Kind of would rather it be a 500 since going full F would prob be higher than I’d want to spend.
Man I’d totally go for a wagon, wouldn’t even need a 500/F version though that’d be amazing. Won’t hold my breath for it otherwise pretty sure I’d be dead
In terms of performance, IS can’t match BMW horsepower-to-horsepower or lb-ft-to-lb-ft, but the Lexus Driving Signature is more than a new label, it’s a new feel, sharpness, and drivability some drivers may prefer to the BMW experience. While I often appreciate the razor sharp feel of a 3 Series, I found the IS to be very precise, but very smooth and easy to drive.
In the end, the 2021 Lexus IS may have what it takes to retain its older audience, and could very well pick up smart younger buyers who think of performance in terms other than pure power.
Genesis G70 gets a wagon (shooting brake) for facelift, eventhough they just revealed the QV70. Next generation Passat will have no sedan, only wagon version. It is not impossible. The IS is a facelift afterall, should not cost them much a wagon, in which case can truly increase sales even slightly. But if it is not coming to Europe...or maybe no IS sedan in Europe but wagon for Europe?Nah it ain't coming. Just forget about it.
I have a crazy idea. The previous F10 5 series had a 5 series GT version which was essentially a slightly LWB version of the 5 series with a larger rear end, more rear seating space and a liftback instead of a sedan boot