Roughly every seven years Porsche releases an ultra-rare, extreme-performance model for their biggest, wealthiest fans.
This time it’s the 911 GT2 RS, which, to date, is the highest-performing street-legal 911 ever.
There are a multitude of ways to spend the better part of $75,000 on a vehicle and a large and growing demographic of shoppers is spending that sort of coin on pickup trucks that do double-duty as luxury cruisers.
The Lexus ES was introduced way back in 1990, the hybrid version in 2013. It received a major update in 2016 when the brand’s signature spindle grill and L-shaped DRLs (daytime running lights) appeared.
If you can get past the dork factor, there really isn’t any vehicle on the road today with the combination of cargo and people capacity, ride and handling and fuel economy as a — cover your ears, hipsters — minivan.