A cushy sense of isolation from the outside world is great when driving the 2013 Lexus LS 460 F-Sport, but it won't change anyone's opinion about the flagship sedan's excitement factor, Cars.com reviewer Aaron D. Bragman says. It's as if that insular existence prevented Lexus from staying current with the advancements of European luxury competitors in technology and overall je ne sais quoi . More aggressive styling is unlikely to elicit double takes, while six adjustable driving modes — including two "sport" settings — are subtle shades of the smooth sailing Lexus lovers expect. It may be comforting, but that doesn't make it exciting.
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