Originally Posted by T Bone
You mean call out the IS-F for what it really is? A lego toy from the Toyota parts bin trying to tap into a heritage of performance / racing that BMW built over the years?
Psst....what engine did Lexus use for the IS-F?
So basically what you're saying is no car company should try to compete or start building a high performance line of cars unless they have a heritage of performance racing. So how would all of the M's ever exist? You don't really think that BMW have always made high performance cars from the begining did you. And for your information, if it comes to racing heritage, Toyota has plenty of that also. In terms of high performance cars, the Supra has been around as well. Before you start trolling, try to get some info and knowledge first, even just a little bit.