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In 1983, Toyota Chairman Robert Simpson summoned a secret meeting of company executives, to whom he posed the question, "Can we create a luxury vehicle to challenge the world's best?" This question prompted Toyota to embark on a top-secret project, codenamed F1 which resulted in the Lexus division of luxury vehicles.
Lexus Sedan Reviews
Can Japan or America challenge the Germans when it comes to delivering the ultimate sports sedan?
With big power, razor sharp handling, great brakes and aggressive styling, the 2011 Lexus IS-F is everything a sports sedan should be.
Lexus Crossover Reviews
F-Sport not terribly sporty, and that’s not a bad thing.
Lexus SUV Reviews
It may be a honkin’-big SUV with a powerful V8, off-road capability and excellent towing capability, but with car-like driving dynamics and a luxury interior, the LX570 puts most crossovers to shame.
Lexus Luxury Car Reviews
Can Kia build a better couch on wheels than Lexus?
Does the 2014 Lexus IS 350 F Sport have what it takes to challenge cars like the BMW 3 Series and Cadillac ATS?
Lexus, the purveyor of gold-plated Toyotas is serious about improving its products. The latest result of this passionate pursuit is the 2014 IS sports sedan, but is it ready to quarrel with segment leaders like the BMW 3 Series and Cadillac ATS?
Once again, Lexus delivers an entertaining sports sedan to compete with the Germans. Still, a few key factors keep the third-generation IS from toppling greats like the BMW 3 Series.
Lexus Hybrid Car Reviews
Easy to park, easy on gas and generally easy on the eyes, so which is better?
Lexus says the European-market IS 300h offers driving fun with many more miles per gallon. Unfortunately, only half of that statement is true.
Lexus Convertible Reviews
The Lexus IS C is ready to take on the BMW 3 Series Convertible and it’s likely to have a lot of success. The reason? It’s got luxury and style at a more attractive price.
Lexus News View All Lexus News
One of the most important upcoming product for the Lexus brand will debut early next year during the Geneva Motor Show according to a new report. Lexus will offer a hybrid and turbocharged gasoline version of the RAV4-based small crossover. It’s striking styling will also remain generally intact according to Paul Van der Burgh, the brand’s... more
As 2013 comes to a close, Lexus predicts that it’ll set a new global sales record this year. The Japanese automaker’s current global sales record is 518,300 units set in 2007, but it believes that it’ll reach at least 520,000 units this year. U.S. sales should end the year at around 270,000, which is down... more
The Lexus CT200h has finally adopted the brand’s signature spindle grille along with some other tweaks for the 2014 model year, but the base price for the car will stay exactly the same at $32,960. The car will be available at dealerships in early 2014 with host of cosmetic changes, including that new spindle grille, a new... more
It’s that time of year again; time for extended families to cram together around an all-too-small table, eat themselves into a food coma, argue over football and be told by countless relatives how they should be living their lives. Yup, it is time to give thanks. At AutoGuide.com we have a lot be thankful for,... more
Lexus rolled out its new RC Coupe at the Tokyo Auto Show featuring new touchpad controls for the infotainment system, and the brand has released a video detailing how it all works. The touchpad will feature cell phone-like characteristics, including well-known gestures like pinch to zoom. Audio controls, navigation and vehicle settings will all be... more
Lexus is developing a new family of turbocharged engines that are set to spread to many of the brand’s models, including use in some of the company’s hybrids. “Adding a turbo engine to the hybrid system does not make so much sense for a regular car,” lead Prius engineer Satoshi Ogiso told motoring.com.au. “But a premium brand... more