In 2005, Lexus unveiled the world’s first hybrid luxury vehicle, the RX 400h. Nearly 15 years later, the marque’s hybrid crossover sales in Europe surpassed the 250,000 unit mark at the end of February.
The lion’s share, naturally, corresponds to the RX line. With 127,203 units sold in Europe, it comprises over half of the quarter-million-plus tally. The mid-sized NX, launched in 2014, has seen 101,137 units sold there, while the UX compact crossover has seen a strong start since its arrival in 2019 with 22,171 units sold, while establishing itself as Lexus’ current best-selling model in Europe.
Over 25% of that tally was sold in the United Kingdom, the marque’s most popular European market, with 63,054 total RX, NX and UX units sold there.