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      Toyota just isn't the same company it was 20 years ago. I truly believe they lost the intrinsic ability to design sports cars. See the RC-F for more evidence of this...they are so desperate to show the public they can be interesting that their "sporty" products feel incredibly forced. Don't bother mentioning the LF-A as a rebuttal, I consider that more of a Yamaha achievement than Lexus/Toyota. 

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