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 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 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.
Mercedes-Benz topped the list of car brands as rated by women on both purchasing experiences and browsing experiences at dealerships according to a new report.
J.D. Power and Associates has released its 2013 Vehicle Dependability Study, listing the top-rated SUVs from their segments.
Front-wheel drive dominates today’s automotive landscape, powering everything from subcompact hatchbacks to full-size SUVs. However, it wasn’t always this way. Back in the day rear-wheel drive was king, but over the last 30-odd years carmakers have made a dramatic shift from back to front. Why the flip-flop? No, they weren’t impersonating John Kerry; in reality,…
Toyota and Lexus hybrid models are gaining popularity in Europe, where diesel engines are typically more popular.
Each year, Kelly Blue Book awards automakers with the five-year cost to own awards, and for 2013, Mazda and Lexus take top honors.
After revealing the all-new 2014 Lexus IS at the Detroit Auto Show, the Toyota luxury division is planning a world premiere for the first every IS hybrid in Geneva next month.
Lexus’ two-coupe line-up is coming into view, as the brand filed a new trademark for the name RC F which may be hinting at a new coupe from the brand.
With other luxury automakers rushing to get a sub-compact crossover out the door, Lexus‘ US Vice President seems content with where the brand’s bigger SUV currently stands.
Toyota is set to enter its seventh consecutive 24 Hours of Nurburgring race, and competing this year will be a Lexus LFA and a GT86, both prepared by Gazoo racing.
Lexus is heading to this year’s Chicago Auto Show with an all-star lineup, including its LF-LC Blue concept and the recently debuted 2014 IS model.
Lexus is preparing a small SUV concept for the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show, a model that will slot in underneath its existing RX SUV.
Despite rumors that Lexus might have been contemplating the idea of bringing back a Sport Cross variant of its IS, the Japanese automaker has gone on the record stating that it’s not under consideration and probably never will be.
Lexus just revealed its brand-new 2014 IS sports sedan at the Detroit Auto Show this morning. We’ve already shared a brief overview of the car, which went live last week, but now the information embargo has lifted and all the juicy details can be shared.
Lexus unceremoniously dismissed its HS 250h hybrid from the U.S. market early last year, but the car is still for sale in Japan.
The Lexus LFA production has ended, but the rumors of a convertible variant remain strong.