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Good job, but I have ended my relationship with Lexus. I got a job at Audi, so my next car will be something Quattro.
The Q8 has my attention, very beautiful car!Get one with torque vectoring, Quattro doesn't have TV (I believe). Might have to step up to a S or RS.
Audi's are by far the best looking cars to me but because most are FWD-biased, definitely want Quattro at the bare minimum but those don't have TV for pure cornering pleasure.
Great cars bud! I'm absolutely in love with the S6 and S7, but I need a SUV. The only car from Lexus that I will get as my weekend cruiser will be a LC.Nice choice. My brother back home (where imports costs a fortune) has a R8 and an A4 (FWD) and he loves them, the former more so.
2-3 years ago they mentioned they see 300k as high note for luxury manufacturer in the USA.And I’m also going to reiterate I just don’t see anymore growth in the USA. 300-330k a year seems to be the high point for any luxury brand. No one has passed those figures in a decade. So I think Lexus has to be super happy with these figures. From a corporate standpoint they are tapped out here thus why they are focusing internationally where there is huge opportunities for growth. The article did mention new product coming here fast.
Growth is in EVs. Tesla sold 160k or so Model 3‘s in the USA last year. That is a staggering number for a 40-65k car.