Any particular reason why you have called the new Lexus ES a Camry in your article? I quote the line "The fitted wheels, revised taillight and grill turn the otherwise bland Camry into something desirable" from the article at
It is a Lexus not a Camry. The Camry is a Toyota in case you did not notice. In the past yes the ES was based off the Camry, but I believe the new car is quite far removed from the Camry, short of the drive train. It's as though you would also say that the Lexus RX is a Kluger.