You won't mistake this front end for anything other than a Lexus.
Depending on the model, the new ES will be built either in Georgetown, Kentucky, or Kyushu, Japan.
The ES' rear end is its most conservative view, and arguably its most pleasing.
Pricing has not yet been released, but it is expected to remain similar to today's ES, which starts at just under $40,000.
The ES comes with a well-appointed cabin featuring leatherwork with nice stitching details.
More expressive colors are available.
In profile, it's easier to appreciate the seventh-generation ES' 2-inch longer wheelbase, faster roofline and sheet metal musculature.
It features 302 horsepower and 267 pound-feet of torque. Both of those numbers are up significantly (+34 hp, +19 lb-ft) compared to the previous generation V6.
The 2019 Lexus ES' trunk is listed at 16.7 cubic feet.
The standard ES 350's drag coefficient is listed at a respectable 0.29, and the F Sport and the 300h hybrid register a laudable 0.26.
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