2021 Mustang Mach 1

The News for June 19th, 2020

Welcome to the Hooniverse News! As always, this is a weekly recap of the biggest stories in the automotive industry without the fluff or bull. This week: the mighty Mach 1 returns, Lexus shows off attractive “new” IS, the Ford Bronco will no longer be revealed on OJ’s birthday, and other Ford debuts planned, plus your automotive news for the week.

The Mustang Mach 1 Returns

2021 Mustang Mach 1

Ford is bringing back a name that hasn’t been seen in 17 years but is one every muscle car enthusiast knows. Born during the height of the original muscle car war, the Mach 1 was one of six performance Mustangs available and the most popular. It was inspired by Chuck Yeager and went on to break 295 speed and endurance records at Bonneville. It was more than a straight line missile though – it too featured handling upgrades that made it very popular in SCCA. It became a standout in an era of extremely stiff competition.

Fast forward to 2020 and it’s a bit of a rare breed now. Also the world is on fire. For the 2021 model year, your only options for a factory performance Mustang are the GT with either Performance Package Level 1 or Level 2, the GT500, and now this. With the GT350 ending its reign as the best apex hunter of the group, it’s up to the Mach 1 to fill that void now. Here’s how it plans to do that.

More power and a better transmission

2021 Mustang Mach 1

It’s not entirely unpredictable in its method but it’s logical. Ford is building on the many strengths of the GT Performance Package Level 2 and fixing what needs fixing. They also add some horsepower, which is nice. It features the latest and greatest 5.0-liter Coyote V8 with some performance parts from the Bullitt (which are now available from Ford Performance). That means 480 horsepower and 420 lb.-ft. of torque is available to play with. This time you have a choice of transmissions as well – either the quick 10-speed automatic with unique calibrations and an upgraded torque converter or a Tremec 3160 six-speed manual borrowed from the GT350. That Tremec is probably the single biggest improvement Ford has made here. It features rev-matching, the standard GT’s twin-disc clutch, and short-throw shifter.

Proper cooling too!

2021 Mustang Mach 1

But another absolutely crucial upgrade the Mach 1 receives is cooling. The Performance Package Level 2 was advertised as an enthusiast’s car capable of impressive track day performance – which it is. But they seriously underestimated the need for cooling with it. The rear axle and transmission is known to overheat quickly under extreme driving conditions – also known as driving at a track day. It’s worth noting I haven’t experienced that personally but I probably just drive like a pansy.

Anyways, the Mach 1 gets a transmission oil cooler system from the GT350 on the Tremec, a new engine cooler, and a rear axle cooling system. The engine and trans coolers are fed from two side heat exchangers. And in a first for any factory Mustang, it features a larger underbelly pan with underwing features to increase downforce and direct more air towards the brakes for cooling. All of this means it will finally be able to use all of its performance on track without the fear of overheating during a normal HPDE session.

Handling upgrades

2021 Mustang Mach 1

Though the original Mach 1 could have been seen more often at the drag strip, this Mach 1 is perfectly at home on a road course. The changes to the body are all for aerodynamics and it has some serious hardware underneath to keep it planted. It can be further upgraded with the Handling Package which adds a larger front splitter, front wheel lip moldings, a larger rear spoiler with a Gurney flap, and rear tire spats from the GT500. That package is only available on the manual cars.

But no matter what spec you get your Mach 1 in, it’s riding on the best of what Ford has to offer. MagneRide suspension with a unique calibration is standard as is a stiffer steering I-shaft, new EPAS calibration, stiffer sway bars and front springs, a rear subframe with stiffer bushings, the GT500’s rear toe-link, the PP2’s brake booster (which is so sensitive you can come to a complete stop with your little toe), and Michelin PS4S tires. Wheel/tire sizing differs between the standard Mach 1 and the Mach 1 with the Handling Package. 19×9.5 front, 19×10 rear is standard while 19×10.5 and 19×11 is optional. The latter wheel size setup likely means the same 305/30/R19 tires on all four corners as has been offered on the GT350R and GT PP2. The same Michelin Cup 2s found on both those cars look to be the tire of choice for this package as well.

The part where I give my opinion

2021 Mustang Mach 1

As an owner of a Mustang GT PP2 that tracks it, this car is exactly what I was hoping it would be. It fixes a lot of the problems enthusiasts have been drawing attention to and does so without looking like a cheap retro throwback for the Barrett-Jackson crowd. Hop on any Mustang or HPDE forum and you’ll see a theme among people who track their Mustangs – the transmission sucks and the cooling sucks. The MT82 six-speed is often cited as the biggest weak point in any Mustang, which seems more suited for leisurely highway cruising than any kind of spirited driving. “Just give it the Tremec” is sort of a rallying cry and Ford is finally doing it. It’s a shame it’s only coming to the Mach 1. Meanwhile, cooling is the Achilles’s heel for those going on track with it and Ford seems to have addressed that too. Again, it’s a shame that the rest of the Mustang GTs – at least the ones with Performance Package 1 and 2 – don’t have it already.

It would have been hard for me to pass this up had it been thing back when I was buying. But now that I’ve had my PP2 for almost 2 years and fixed some of the pressing issues with it already, the Mach 1 isn’t making me line up to upgrade. Everything that Ford fixed with the Mach 1 can be fixed on any other Mustang through the aftermarket. You can even buy the same engine upgrades in use here directly from Ford Performance. So if you’re looking at a new Mustang for track use, the Mach 1 is the answer. If it ends up being out of your budget (we don’t know pricing yet), buy a PP2 with some thicker oil and a Blowfish Racing shifter support bracket or a short-throw shifter. You won’t be disappointed.

[Source: Ford]

Lexus debuts sorta new 2021 IS


Hey remember two weeks ago when we thought Lexus was debuting a new IS? Well… about that. Turns out it’s almost all the same car but with new exterior styling. Reality is often disappointing.

It’s a pretty extensive redesign though so you’d be forgiven for thinking everything else has been changed as well. The styling is immediately recognizable as Lexus and takes many elements from the newer cars in the lineup. There’s a new spindle grille with a three-dimensional, polyhedral structure flanked by new slender headlamps. Down the side of the car is a new rocker panel design which kicks up in the rear and has a sharper contour. The business end is made up of an extended and lowered rear deck with wider hips. And as we saw in the teaser, the taillights are new and span all the way across the back.


Interior updates consist of new trim pieces and new infotainment features like a new track pad at most. Otherwise it looks just like the current car. There’s also the mandatory safety feature enhancements but nothing groundbreaking or new to the brand. Even the powertrain offerings are unchanged with the same engines making the same power. The 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder produces 241 horsepower which is still somewhat competitive, but the 3.5-liter V6 makes 311 horsepower, which would have been okay 5 years ago. Compared to 6-cylinder competitors like the Genesis G70 with 252 horsepower and the BMW M340i with 382 horsepower, it’s just not cutting it anymore.


Lexus could have and should have done a little more with this one. I actually really like the styling they’ve gone with and don’t even mind the slightly dated interior, but the old engines is what would turn me off the most if I was looking in that segment. Still, it’s a Lexus and will therefore last forever. Pricing wasn’t revealed. It launches this fall.

[Source: Lexus]

Upcoming debuts for Ford

ford f150 teaser

Ford has been busy while the world burns and are preparing some exciting launch events soon. One of which caused quite a stir.

Most importantly, the Bronco. It’s been the single most anticipated American car reveal I can think of besides the C8 Corvette. It’s also been delayed once already and has now been delayed again. This time though it’s only for a few days and for a much more hilarious reason. Earlier in the week they revealed the date would be moved to July 9th. It was the perfect date, but perhaps too perfect – July 9th is OJ Simpson’s birthday. Ford said it was purely coincidental and have just announced it will happen on July 13th instead. It could have been amazing, but Ford acknowledged they were “sensitive and respectful to some concerns raised previously about the date”.

Ford is offering a “look” at the all-new F-150 during a shareholder conference call on June 26th. It would be an extremely odd forum to debut something as important as a brand new F-150 so it may be a high level overview of what’s to come. The teaser shot above accompanied the announcement. This next-gen F-150 should be a pretty big step forward for the company. We’re expecting to see an all-electric version very soon and whatever Ford comes up with will have to account for that from the get go. We’ll be following this closely.

And last but not least, Ford is venturing into new territory with a “hands-free” driving mode that is planned to debut by the end of 2021. The Not-a-Mustang Mach-E and some of its other cars will be the first to receive it. In a nutshell, the system will function like others on the market by letting drivers “on certain sections of pre-mapped, divided highways to drive with their hands off the steering wheel – if they continue to pay attention to the road ahead – granting them an additional level of comfort during long drives.” We’ll update when we have a better idea of what cars it will launch on and when. In the meantime you can read a little more about the system on Jalopnik.

[Sources: Ford, Twitter, Jalopnik]

What’s your automotive news?


That’s all I’ve got for you this week, so now it’s your turn. If you saw anything, fixed something, broke everything, or otherwise did anything even remotely car related that you want to share with your fellow hoon, sound off in the comments.

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40 responses to “The News for June 19th, 2020”

  1. neight428 Avatar

    My want is heavy for that Mach I. It’s not going to have the B-team MT-82 transmission either, which could put me in one with a manual. 480 hp out of five liters naturally aspirated. What a time to be alive.

    1. Vairship Avatar

      Don’t worry, 89.7% of people don’t remember the original Mach 1. They’ll just think this is the new electric car Ford previously mentioned.

      1. Wayne Moyer Avatar
        Wayne Moyer

        It’s probably better they don’t remember the ’73 Mach 1.

      2. Sjalabais Avatar

        10.3% “of people” remember the first Mach 1? That’s…too many.

        1. Fuhrman16 Avatar

          What do you mean? Are you saying we aren’t supposed to remember the original Mach 1?

          1. Sjalabais Avatar

            No, I’m just poking fun at a very specific number.

        2. Lokki Avatar

          I kinda remember it so I guess I could count as one of .3% people

  2. GTXcellent Avatar

    In honor of father’s day, well, it’s been 44 years and I still need to work on listening to my father. He gets on me all the time to make sure things are running and right – it’s not that I ignore his very sage advice, it’s just that I get busy and then put it off and then totally forget. So he’s been asking for a few months now if I made sure my generator was good to go. “I’m sure Dad, I just had it running last fall before winterizing. It’ll be fine.”
    So thankfully, the power outage from this week’s storm only lasted about an hour. I was about ready to start manually hauling buckets of water out of the sump basket. Guess I’ll be spending an hour or so this weekend cleaning a Generac carb. I’ll be ready for the next storm Dad. Promise.

    1. Wayne Moyer Avatar
      Wayne Moyer

      The all purpose Fathers Day card to their sons that says “I told you so”

  3. Wayne Moyer Avatar
    Wayne Moyer

    I’m looking at the Lexus and thinking how we don’t want distractions in the car. So here let me put a forty two inch screen in the eye line of the driver. These larger screens always felt like a knee jerk reaction to the first Tesla LCD’s that were iPad’ sized screens built into the cars. We are just approaching a time when it is exaggerated.
    “Ok Google, Show Frozen 2 for the crotch fruit in the back seats in 4K surround sound”
    “Ok Google, place the cone of silence and darkness over my head so that I am not distracted by the movie”
    “Ok Google, Navigate to Applebees and preorder three kids meals. You already know what they will want from my scraped data”
    “Ok Google, Navigate home, turn on the lights, turn on the air conditioning, feed the pets, remind the babysitter to send her boyfriend home”
    Modern life.

    1. Vairship Avatar

      This year, the all-new/somewhat new/slightly updated Lexus IS. Next year: the Lexus ISN’T.

    2. wunno sev Avatar
      wunno sev

      I’m gonna be honest though I’m an old school car enthusiast but once you ride in and/or drive a car with a *good* digital dash and console…..it makes total sense

      1. Wayne Moyer Avatar
        Wayne Moyer

        I agree about the old digital dash’s. I really do like those.

      2. outback_ute Avatar

        Not sure. My main objection is the internal light ‘pollution’ when driving on the open road with no outside light sources (eg no other traffic). Probably not a common use case I realise, but I used to turn the dash lights right down and then do a ghetto Saab black panel by covering most of the instruments except the top of the speedo.

        At least you can turn off infotainment screens.

  4. nanoop Avatar

    I washed the 944, mitigating the need for new wheels. The rusty sills can’t be buffed out anymore, I still can’t weld, and no bodywork professional wants to take the job. I am considering to put the job out on the local CL equivalent, with mediocre price and results.

    1. Sjalabais Avatar

      Nobody wants to touch it? Is it too complicated or are people afraid it’d be too expensive?

      1. nanoop Avatar

        Today’s bodywork is basically “smart repair” and panel swapping on young cars. The effort of cardboard-aided design, forming new or adopting repair panels, etc would block a bay for a week or two, where they could two cars a day with hail dings and parking scrapes. So they would have to charge a lot, and have an unknown complexity of the job.
        I need a welding class, and guts.

        1. danleym Avatar

          That welding is straight forward enough. Frankly, some time spent on YouTube and some time with a practice piece and you’d be ready for it.

          The hard part would be shaping the panel. That’s where the real art comes in.

        2. wunno sev Avatar
          wunno sev

          nah dude. you just need a welder and guts. you know it can’t get worse, just go for it! that’s what i did on my old MR2 and while I can’t pretend it came out perfect it was good enough and definitely looked a lot better than those flaky rusty rockers.

    2. nanoop Avatar

      @disqus_e1yVPblN7q:disqus and wunno sev, thanks for the encouragement. The approach “well it was worse before I touched it” is a red thread throughout the labyrinth I call my career, so I might as well use it in hobby projects, too. I’ll start making a couple of dozens of spot welds first, until I get what I’m doing..

  5. SlowJoeCrow Avatar

    In personal news, last weekend my pickup’s V8 turned into a V7 after the #3 coil failed and while trying to diagnose the difficult installation of the replacement I managed to tear off the connector on #1. At the moment it runs fine at speed but has a rough idle and misfire at startup. Since my wife want me to go kayaking instead of wrenching it’s scheduled at the shop next week where I will have to gently remind the mechanic that this is a 2 valve Triton and the spark plugs are just inconvenient and not ticking time bombs of doom like the 3 valve. As an aside #3 cylnder misfire is a running them since my son’s Buick also had a #3 misfire due to low compression and his friend’s Grand Prix GTP also had a #3 misfire at some point.

  6. onrails Avatar

    This old girl wandered into my driveway this week, pushed there by hand from next door. It’s my neighbor’s 197something Plymouth Duster, slant six, three on the tree. His daughter is having her graduation open house and he needs his garage emptied for tables. To be honest, I had no idea it was in there but it’s been there for a few years since he inherited it after a relative passed. It also hasn’t run in that amount of time… Battery was still hooked up so when I measured it I had to double check the meter thinking a decimal point was off. 0.8 Volts! Kept it on a trickle for a few nights and it seems to be back to life.

    Verified it had at least had gas stabilizer in it and cranked it over a few times with the coil unplugged to get some oil circulating, put the wire back on and… nothing. Pulled a plug, no spark. With the advice of one of my friends that actually knows old cars, I got a new ballast box, sanded down the points, rotor, and the distributor metal, put it back together and – life!

    This weekend I’ll try and tackle a high idle – it’s been decades since I’ve messed with an automotive carb and my toolbox has never even seen a timing light. Plus the front reservoir on the master cylinder is bone dry so there will be some bleeding too.

    It is in amazingly good shape, a few dents on the outside, but the inside is rip and tear free, plus no rust anywhere. Odd duck to preserve, but a pretty cool time machine nonetheless.

    1. Wayne Moyer Avatar
      Wayne Moyer

      Okay so here is where you have to make a tough decision. Well I guess its easier because its not yours right? Do you keep it original? Most of these have had the slant sixes pulled out for 318’s.
      Of course the other side of the coin with these is there are so many special editions of the Duster in this generation that you could turn this into. I mean Spirit of ’76 is one that comes to mind right off the bat. There are plenty of other tape and stripe ones as well. It was the mid seventies. Malaise is kind of my thing. Says the guy who didn’t buy a malaise car. Maybe I’ll make up for that soon.

      1. onrails Avatar

        My impression from the owner is he just wants to get it running reliably and then he’ll sell it. 2 kids in college plus an income drop from the Coronavirus is straining his bank account. That, and he hasn’t really used it.

    2. I_Borgward Avatar

      Oh, man… a stripper Duster! What a beaut! Looks from here like it has the 225 slant six, one of the more durable powerplants known to man. Very nice. Whitewalls, correct hubcaps, the works. Congrats!

      My college car was a Scamp, the 2-door coupe version of this, same rootbeer brown, white vinyl top with the 318 V8. Cheap, fast and rusty!

    3. Fuhrman16 Avatar

      Awesome! Looks super clean.

    4. Batshitbox Avatar

      Ah, the car that inspired my lifelong disparagement of all things Mopar. In my case it was a ’74 Gold Duster in authentic New England Shitbox patina, with a gasping Malaise 318 in it.

      Yours seems to be in much nicer shape than mine, and isn’t just a 15 year old rustbucket as mine was at the time. Perhaps it’s time for me to admit these things have spent enough time in the rough to start becoming diamonds; let bygones be bygones, right?

      I hope you have a blast with this thing. Keep the slant-6, keep the awful ’70s earthtone paint, keep the bias-ply whitewalls, keep the perpetually shitty front end alignment and just have a ton of fun driving around catching peoples’ eye and stinking up the atmosphere with partially burned fuel. When you’re driving a Plymouth Duster, pathetic and underwhelming are the essence of authenticity. (Pathetic, underwhelming and still on the road 50 years later, that is.)

  7. Sjalabais Avatar

    Car-wise, I am doing one thing only these last couple of weeks: Trying to figure out all things Equus. After putting out a contact request on a German forum, I found out that Hyundai was the main sponsor to the 2006 soccer world championship in good old Deutschland. They brought over 1000 cars, among them, 35 Centennial/Equus. All the cars were later auctioned off by the world’s most biased car paper, AutoBILD. The Centennials got a lot of attention and are said to having been gone straight to collectors. So I want to find these people and get in touch with like-minded weirdos.

    In the mechanical department, my local Hyundai dealer that had offered to fix the timing belt and whatnot for ca 3000$ has gone as quiet as my former-neighbour/mechanic that was so eager to do it earlier. Sigh. Also, I wonder if I can allow myself to deviate a smidgen from originality and spend 31$ on a new Equus hood ornament…that isn’t correct on a Centennial. The same car, but it came with a flat C rather than a wingy-thingy-on-the-hood. Keeps me up at night.


    1. wunno sev Avatar
      wunno sev


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  8. Smaglik Avatar

    It’s been an interesting week. This past week in Indiana, we did a few things to the wagon. We replaced the solenoids, sleeves, and fluid in my ‘aging’ ZF transmission in the wagon, the one with 65k miles. After reseting adaptions and going for an hour long relearn drive, about 500 miles later, all is well with the tranny! I’m no longer apprehensive about passing, since we now shift properly. We also replaced the brake fluid and the cam sensor for which I got codes for last week.

    On that note, all isn’t great. The code reappeared on the drive yesterday, and since I have many miles to go on this trip, I figured I should try and address it, since the cam, running retarded, results in dumping too much fuel into the engine. The next item to replace is the vanos solenoid on that can, exhaust. This meant stopping by bmw of north liberty for the part and then a harbor freight for the tools (been meaning to have a road set for awhile and now I do), since my friend whom I am staying with now is decidedly un-mechanically inclined. Luckily, that dealer had one in stock (if this fixes it, I’ll replace the intake as well), so last night I replaced it in the driveway, true shade tree style. We took it for a short drive, and no code, pending or full blown, so we’ll see, but I have a feeling I’ll have to wait until I hit the highway in a couple days to really find out.

    For those really paying attention, we punted on the oil pan gasket for now, since, one, it’s not leaking that bad, and two, the hard deadline of needing the car on Friday to roll out made me uncomfortable tackling such a job where it was likely something else would break as we dug into it.

    Lastly, I will be buying a lift for the garage at home, as working with one was absolutely incredible. It was like finding out porn exists for the first time. I attached a photo of the two of us under the car. I’m in the foreground.


  9. sunbeammadd Avatar

    On the south side of Brisbane there is a suburb called Springwood with a high concentration of car dealers. The M1 motorway runs right through the middle so I travel past a lot but don’t really get to see what’s going on. On Monday though there had been an accident and traffic was at a standstill so I was able to look around a bit.

    It was interesting to see the signs coming down at the Holden dealer and Jeep signage going up. I had wondered how long it would take for GM’s former Australian brand to disappear. I could not see any mention of Chrysler. Most (maybe all?) Jeep dealers here are also Chrysler dealers. Dodge was dropped from the Australian range a few years back. I’m guessing Chrysler hasn’t long to go then either.

    Across the road where Jeep used to be it’s now an LDV (Leyland Daf Vehicles) dealer. Meanwhile over at the Ford site it’s now a multi brand franchise selling Ford and MG. Springwood already has a large Jaguar Land-Rover dealer and a Mini one. It seems bizarre but while Ford and GM decline the remains of BL and AMC appear to be taking over!

    The other thing that caught my eye was Crick’s Auto which sells Honda and Renault. Honda has been in deep trouble and there had been talk earlier this year that they would pull out of Australia altogether. Comparing the Honda side of Crick’s to the Renault side it’s little wonder. There was absolutely nothing interesting about the Honda side – a grey building with grey cars. The Renault side though is finished in gloss black with yellow lettering and looks fantastic. There were brightly-coloured Renaultsport models strategically placed to catch your eye and make you take notice. Honda seems to have fallen a long way.

    1. outback_ute Avatar

      Any sign of Fiat or Alfa signage? The established FCA dealers I’ve seen (or at least paid attention to in the past) have had all brands.

      I’ll have to check out (ex) Holden dealers, I don’t regularly drive past any but they are not far away.

      1. sunbeammadd Avatar

        No. I’m sure Fiat and Alfa used to be twinned with Jeep there but I couldn’t see any evidence of them now. In Southport there’s one dealer selling Jeep/Chrysler/Ram and an unrelated dealer selling Fiat/Alfa/Abarth.

        1. outback_ute Avatar

          Well at least one Holden dealer in Oakleigh still seems normal, apart from having only row of Equinoxes in front of the showroom and a heap of secondhand cars. Judging by the website there was probably a few Camaros inside but I couldn’t see that as I drove past.

          For US readers the Camaros are probably still sitting there because they start at AUD$86k or US$60k for the 2SS (the only other model is the ZL1 at AUD$160k), which is something like 20k more than a Mustang. They’ve only sold just over a thousand SSs, and about 250 ZL1s, leaving nearly 250 units still in stock nationally as the last conversions were done a couple of months ago. I can’t imagine the program generated a profit.

        2. outback_ute Avatar

          Having another look at the row of cars, they are actually Mitsubishi, either Outlander or more likely ASX (aka Outlander Sport), so perhaps no new Holdens left there?

          1. outback_ute Avatar

            The Fiat-Chrysler dealership over the road and along a bit has closed, there is still an Abarth scorpion sign above the front window but not much else.

  10. Fuhrman16 Avatar

    Work continues on the Buick. I finally got a title for it, which was a fiasco. Tried going to the DMV last week, but they turned me away. The car had been registered in both the husband and wife’s names and because of this they both needed to sign it. Problem with that is he passed away three years ago and only her name was on it. So even though I had paper work stating that he had died and the wife was in possession of his estates and she had signed the title once already, the dmv wanted her to sign in his name as well. Wound up called the auction house that sold me the car, and the owner actually had a lake house nearby and was willing to look the title over for me.

    Turns out this is true if if the title states Mr. and Mrs. Owner, but this title states Mr. OR Mrs. Owner, meaning the dmv didn’t understand their own job and wasted my time. Went back Friday and explained their mistake and was able to get it signed over. Also found out that the car had been registered as a collector car already, but the prior owners never put the collector plates on the car. This also caused some issues, so I just registered it as a normal passenger car, being that this costs half as much and doesn’t have any mileage/useage restrictions.

    I’ve also been noticing some sort of brownish fluid leaking underneath the car, somewhere toward the center on the engine. At first I figured it was simply atf I had spilled when I filled the transmission, but it kept dripping. Jacked it up today to take a closer look, and it turns out to be coolant seeping out of one of the freeze plugs. Judging by how crusty it looks, this has been an issue for a while. It’s not going to be an easy fix, since it’s located above the motor mount and behind the starter.

  11. JDMVZ Avatar

    Super Excited to hear that ford is bringing back The mach 1 from what i read its going to be a pretty badass car but as far as the self driving Option there talking about having is not somthing I really agree with but it is cool that there exploring there options

  12. JDMVZ Avatar

    also kind of disappointed with lexus the few minor changes they made to upcoming release of IS it would have been nice for them to switch up there engine and performance rather focus on the sleekness and design of the car but hey i guess that luxry brands for ya

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