Originally Posted by bruce.augenstein@comcast.
I'd say this is still the first generation IS-F, with just the first set of minor tweaks.
The IS350 was almost there, but really not with it in terms of a ride/handling compromise. Same with the IS-F. Haven't sampled the latest IS350, but the current iteration of the IS-F (along with the first iteration of the LF-A) shows that Lexus is now a really important player as far as gearheads are concerned.
Who woulda thunk it?
True enough Bruce.
I also find it amazing that they listened to their customers and the market and in only 3 short years made the changes necessary to run neck and neck with an M3 on both the straights and a track.
Originally Posted by mdosu
what was the LSD used in the 08 ISF was it revised in the 2011?
LSD was not an option or available for the '08's.
Competition like this is a great thing as it only forces companies to work harder and bring better products to market.