I’m talking about the Lexus ES 350 & the Lexus wheels that come on it. It’s in its fifth generation and was first debuted at the Chicago Auto Show back in February 2006. When it was released, it showed to have a whole new body according to Lexus’ new design philosophy: L-finesse.
The new design of the car is supposed to be sleeker than the one before: it has a streamlined cabin and character lines across the hood, fenders, rear pillars, and some pretty fancy looking Lexus rims to complete the look. The car didn’t even share its body style with the Japanese market models. When it was released, Lexus predicted that the car can take the driver from 0-60 MPH in less than 7 seconds.
Do you think it can do it?