• I agree. You have to look closely to spot the differences between the first two generations. Toyota was really sticking to the Teutonic playbook hard at this point, as those Lexii are emulating all of the generic German sedan design cues.
      I would think that this might have been counter-productive from a marketing perspective, as the general car-buying public had trouble even identifying these as a Toyota product, and instead just saw them as another anonymous German luxury sedan. Or worse, as a cheap knock-off.

    • Counter-productive? They were a massive sales success, enough so that they caused a major shake-up in the way the Germans produced their cars.

      I like the way you're thinking, but Infiniti did exactly what you suggested with the early Q45's, and they were a major flop compared to the LS.

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