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Lexus is the luxury arm of Toyota, and focuses on building top of the line comfortable cars. Although Lexus focuses on luxury, the marque does offer some sports oriented options, such as the IS-F and LFA. Models to watch: CT200h, GS
Lexus’ new IS sport sedan will be available as a coupe variant and is planned for 2014 according to a recent report.
The F Sport variant for the Lexus IS is the Japanese automaker’s way of making the luxury sedan even sportier. So what happens when Toyota Racing Development (TRD) gets its hands on the already amped up car?
Even after concerns about the Toyota FJ Cruisers blinding headlights, Toyota is pushing NHTSA to relax its stance about its high beam headlights.
Lexus has finalized the decision to build a new model in Japan starting late next year, but hasn’t confirmed what the nameplate will be.
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Lexus just announced the price for its third-generation IS sport sedan, which will start at $36,845 including delivery.
Lexus began production of its third-generation IS sport sedan today at its Tahara, Japan, plant.
At the 2013 Shanghai Motor Show, Lexus expanded its GS lineup with the addition of a 300h model.
There’s likely more to Lexus’ plan to shift production of the ES sedan to Kentucky than saving money — a major new model is likely on the way from Japan.
A sign of just how mainstream hybrid vehicles have become, Toyota today announced it has sold five million of the gasoline-electric machines, with 40 percent of those sales in the US.
While German automakers are building increasing numbers of compact, entry-level models to meet fuel economy mandates, Japanese automaker Lexus has announced that it has no such plans.
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As the crossover segment continues to grow, Lexus is considering adding a three-row model, joining the RX (pictured above) which is currently the only CUV in the Japanese automaker’s lineup.
Lexus has admitted that it is missing inspiring coupes from its lineup, and in light of that, have reportedly confirmed the LF-LC concept will make it to production.
Toyota has filed for trademarks on several new model names including for a GS F model in the Lexus lineup.
It seems like only a matter of time until Lexus introduces a compact crossover smaller than the RX, and it looks like that small crossover will use both a turbocharged engine and a hybrid setup.
Back in 2000, Lexus established its LS and GS models, but was sorely lacking a ‘foundation’ car to attract new customers, which is why it launched the first generation IS.
Trademark filings hinted that the production version of the Lexus LF-CC concept will be called the RC, and now it’s rumored that the luxury coupe will be the first from the Toyota luxury division to sport a turbocharged engine.
For the fifth consecutive year, Lexus is ranked the highest amongst luxury brands on the J.D. Power and Associates Customer Survey Index (CSI) for customer satisfaction with dealer service.
Although it won’t be heading to America anytime soon, the Lexus IS 300h made its European debut at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show.
The stylish Lexus IS made its debut in Detroit earlier this year, but was missing an important model: the hybrid gas-electric 300h.