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Yeah for me I tried the hybrid once in the previous GS450h and honestly not before 2030 when I buy another hybrid not even electric as I am very skeptical on BEV and more to FCEV
I don't think any of the 1st generation BEV's with conventional Lion batteries from any manufacturer - will be that good.Yeah for me I tried the hybrid once in the previous GS450h and honestly not before 2030 when I buy another hybrid not even electric as I am very skeptical on BEV and more to FCEV
Maybe not, as the Camry introduced TNGA-K. The 2001 Highlander introduced the K Platform in January 2001 and the 2002 Camry, the sedan version of K in July 2001 and is only being phased out, ending with the redesign of the RX (5RX) and 500N Sienna in 2020.I wonder if Crown is a refresh of the old platform?
@Carmaker1 : Didn't you once state (likely on the Toyota Century thread on these forums) that the 3rd-gen Century was essentially a rebodied Lexus 4LS 600hL? The wheelbases are a very close match, not to mention the shared powertrains. If that's the case, Century3 sits on the 4LS's "old N" platform. It's noteworthy that the Century3's official news releases don't say a word about TNGA or which platform/architecture it sits on.The Century seems to have an unknown platform, as nothing shows it to be GA-L nor anything much of New N.
Yes! Please don't give up on the GS and GS-F.This is off topic, but I was so excited to read this https://carbuzz.com/news/lexus-tells-us-it-will-keep-the-gs-and-gs-f
That’s some of the reason I paid extra to get the GS. I was worried it would be gone soon and I’d never be able to get it. I really have no idea what I’m going to do for my next car. Hopefully the next IS is bigger and better or I start making more money for the LS! GSF is still amazing but agree as long as DNA stays I’m happy!The GS won’t be returning as we know it...We all knew this right? Every manufacturer doesn’t have 2 large executive saloons side by side competing for customers but instead follow Merc’s strategy which is turning out to work pretty well. Look to their line up and see where she will be competing. Facts are facts and as we all know the ES out sells the GS ten fold and so something had to give, I loved the GSF and really upset it’s gone but the DNA still remains to be forged into something totally new for Lexus.