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Lexus Kuwait Planning World’s Largest Lexus Showroom

Lexus Kuwait is planning to build the world’s largest Lexus showroom — here’s a virtual look at the proposed building:

The effort put into these new mega-dealerships is amazing — it’s hard to even imagine the scale of that showroom. Construction should be begin soon, can’t wait to see some real life photos.

[Source: Lexus Kuwait via Lexus Europe]

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Made possible by the country of the United States. aha
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    RDS
  • October 25, 2010
Why oh Why , Lexus ? What's the purpose to build this ?
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@RDS: Bragging rights, and the owners get to chill there themselves. Also, there aren't many other dealers nearby, and everyone is just gonna go to the nice, big, shiny one. aha
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    Ali Al Qawi
  • October 25, 2010
Interesting look like Lexus is trying to copy the INFINITI concept of IREDI showrooms. I have a lot of respect for Lexus and Toyota but INFINITI is the only japanese luxury brand that truly understand what luxury truly is.
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@Ali Al Qawi: LOL So... Lexus has the LS Mercedes-Benz has the S-class BMW has the 7-series Audi has the A8 Jaguar has the XJ Cadillac has the STS/DTS Lincoln has the Town Car/MKS etc... And Infiniti has the what?! The M?! LOL Lexus already has awesome showrooms, and a few that opened after the brand launch deviate a bit to towards other creative designs. You should check out Lexus of North Miami and a few awesome ones already opened in the Middle East, and let's not to forget the amazing Lexus dealers in the Pacific Islands. I think it's more accurate to use the word "copy" in this case: - "Infinti copied Lexus by basing the QX on a true SUV platform." Don't be jealous that Infiniti ultimately lost even with their little head start in the US market. :-)
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    Alaa
  • October 25, 2010
Hi I'm from kuwait the showroom is almost done and it will open next month
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@Alaa: Congratulations!
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    emptystreets130
  • October 25, 2010
@Ali Al Qawi: Infiniti isn't fairing well here in the states. The only thing that is holding Infiniti up is the G series. Infiniti discontinue the Q series because of the lack of sales. They don't have a replacement in plan to take on the S, 7 or LS. Another thing is, Infiniti lacks clear direction. I mean look at it. The new Maxima and the new Z has the same level of quality and luxury features as the G series. Infiniti has the luxury stuff but they really can't differentiate themselves from Nissan. Infiniti understands the luxury sport concept, not pure luxury. Not a majority of people wants that luxury sport. That is why Lexus does not make their entire lineup a luxury sport concept. They want each of their vehicles to appeal to different demographics, different target audience.
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    JVX.
  • October 25, 2010
@emptystreets130 +1. Lexus covers almost every demographics, luxury, performance, youth, and even eco-friendly souls. The only things going for Infiniti are the G and FX, which are great performing cars. I hardly see the M on the road. Maybe "Ali Al Qawi" was referring to the Infiniti showroom (not the car) being more luxury than Lexus.
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    Lexus Ben
  • October 25, 2010
Any details on when it will be finished? That looks amazing. Almost like a Lexus factory if you ask me. LOL
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@JVX.: aha I was referring to both, and not only that, how about we compare a few of Lexus' best auto show setups with Infinti's... um... yeah. lol I suppose that isn't important, but neither is luxury. ;-)

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