2005 and still looks better and more luxurious then any of the modern eu copy/paste cars they nowadays produce and sell as "luxury sedans".
No offence to the usa, but jumping on the eu train, in case of car design, was really not the finest move. All they ended up with is loosing their own identity and blend in with the generic mush that is nowadays produced in eu, asia and who knows where else.
But then again, maybe its the customers fault for having decreased interested in luxury sedans and demand the plastic generic sport sedans everyone else builds but from a brand of their own country. Maybe the media is also to blame, for comparing american luxury sedans with european sport sedans on a race track complaining about how worse the luxury sedan does. Cause apparently anything has to be sporty nowadays, even so it makes little sense in a way that barely anyone takes his luxury sport sedan on a race track on a regular base if at all. But then again, there are the kinda people that go grocery shopping in a lamborghini so i guess sense is no requirement.
The car world surely lost out as a whole on the day the last true luxury sedan rolled out of the manufacturing plant.