Latest info on MY 2023 LS / LC / RC from Mag-X

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Gecko

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If they are not going to refresh the LC for 2023, are they going to do it at all? The assembly line that produces the UR V8 is set to be retired for 2025, I believe, so that has tentatively been the drop dead date for the RC F, LC 500, IS 500 and GX 460.

If they were going to refresh the LC, 2022 or 2023 would have been the time to do it to get a few more years out of the updates. I guess we can wait and see?
 

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If they are not going to refresh the LC for 2023, are they going to do it at all? The assembly line that produces the UR V8 is set to be retired for 2025, I believe, so that has tentatively been the drop dead date for the RC F, LC 500, IS 500 and GX 460.

If they were going to refresh the LC, 2022 or 2023 would have been the time to do it to get a few more years out of the updates. I guess we can wait and see?
The Century still needs the 2UR-FSE engine so are you sure 2025 is EOL for UR line? I just don't see Century getting a V6 or switching to full EV/hydrogen anytime soon.
 

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If they are not going to refresh the LC for 2023, are they going to do it at all? The assembly line that produces the UR V8 is set to be retired for 2025, I believe, so that has tentatively been the drop dead date for the RC F, LC 500, IS 500 and GX 460.

If they were going to refresh the LC, 2022 or 2023 would have been the time to do it to get a few more years out of the updates. I guess we can wait and see?
And not to mention toyota is still working on the hydrogen 2ur
 

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The Century still needs the 2UR-FSE engine so are you sure 2025 is EOL for UR line? I just don't see Century getting a V6 or switching to full EV/hydrogen anytime soon.
Unless it’s going to share a platform going forward with an electrified LS.