Circling back to last week’s announcement about the new Japan-only Toyota Harrier, Joaquin over at Kaizen Factor digs deeper into how it relates to the next-generation Lexus RX.
A brief moment of Lexus history for anyone new to the brand: despite being a Japanese company, Lexus vehicles were badged as Toyotas in Japan until 2005.
How’s this for an unexpected story — Motor Trend recently interviewed Scott Ian from heavy metal band Anthrax, and what does he drive?
The annual BoA Merrill Lynch Car Wars research report has been released, and contains some specific details on Lexus future product plans.
Lexus has registered RX 200t as a trademark in Australia, indicating that a fourth engine option for the SUV may be offered in the future.
In an interview with Ward’s Auto, Lexus vice-president of marketing Brian Smith shared some details on how the Lexus SUV lineup might be changing.