Kevin · February 7th, 2019
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Kevin · September 17th, 2018
Mag-X reports a wheelbase bigger than the current GS.
Kevin · July 23rd, 2018
All options are on the table.
Kevin · July 16th, 2018
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Kevin · December 11th, 2017
Best Car Magazine gives the rumored Lexus a try.
Kevin · November 9th, 2017
A Japanese newspaper reports the sedan will go on sale by the end of next year.
Kevin · October 16th, 2017
Kevin · September 29th, 2017
Kevin · September 20th, 2017
Confirmed by the auto show's website, there's a new Lexus on the way.
Kevin · September 11th, 2017
Kevin · July 31st, 2017
Final testing is expected in the fall, with an on-sale date at the end of next year.
Kevin · July 20th, 2017
600 horsepower and 500 lb.ft of torque, just like the recent LC F rumor.
Kevin · July 17th, 2017
The high-performance coupe is using the GT-R NISMO as a benchmark.
Kevin · July 14th, 2017
The extended crossover keep the same wheelbase as the current model.
Kevin · June 28th, 2017
Japanese magazine Mag-X also has a new rendering to look at.
Kevin · May 31st, 2017
A report suggests Lexus will proceed with 60-foot yacht based on recent concept.
Kevin · May 30th, 2017
Car & Driver reports there will be no 2018 model in the United States.
Kevin · May 28th, 2017
Lexus global branding chief Tokuo Fukuichi thinks a station wagon would work for Lexus.
Kevin · May 8th, 2017
The latest chapter in the ongoing saga of the next-gen CT.
Kevin · April 25th, 2017
A rumor from Japanese magazine MAG-X claims GS development has been suspended.
Kevin · March 15th, 2017
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Kevin · February 27th, 2017
Will the LC F go high-tech hybrid or high-displacement turbo?
Kevin · February 10th, 2017
Lexus USA general manager Jeff Bracken sees some holes in the lineup.
Kevin · January 17th, 2017
Kevin · December 20th, 2016
Japanese magazine Mag-X has new information on the upcoming flagship sedan.
Kevin · November 28th, 2016
Toyota could have electric vehicle tech out by 2020.
Kevin · November 8th, 2016
Big changes are coming to the flagship Lexus sedan.
Kevin · October 31st, 2016
Kevin · October 26th, 2016
Could Lexus be bringing the GX 400 from China to the Japanese market? Why?
Kevin · September 21st, 2016
Will the next-generation Lexus LS be getting a V6 engine option?
Kevin · September 19th, 2016
Should Lexus release the new CT in multiple variants?
Kevin · August 15th, 2016
Autocar has a new rumor about the next-generation CT, but could it really happen?
Kevin · August 9th, 2016
Japanese magazine Best Car swings for the fences with their new Lexus LC F rendering.
Kevin · August 1st, 2016
The Lexus UX is rendered by Japanese publication MAG-X.
Kevin · July 26th, 2016
Autoblog reports that the new Supra could share a TT V6 with the Lexus LS & Lexus GS.
Kevin · July 25th, 2016
Automobile Magazine has a killer rendering and some questionable new information.
Kevin · July 18th, 2016
A new Motor Trend rumor suggests this is the hatchback's final year.
Kevin · July 12th, 2016
Despite all evidence otherwise, Japanese website Response is reporting Lexus will introduce a new LFA at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show.
Kevin · April 5th, 2016
Lexus has trademarked both the RX 350L and RX 450hL nameplates in the USA.
Kevin · March 21st, 2016
Lexus has trademarked the RX 350L nameplate in Europe, suggesting that a three-row version of the crossover could be in the works.
Kevin · March 13th, 2016
Lexus continues to trademark the UX nameplate around the world, with the UX 200, UX 250, and UX 250h now registered in Europe.
Kevin · March 3rd, 2016
Lexus has trademarked both the UX 250 and UX 250h nameplates in Australia, giving us the first concrete evidence that a new crossover is coming.
Kevin · February 26th, 2016
Lexus has once again stated that there are no immediate plans to produce a successor to the LFA.
Kevin · February 22nd, 2016
Japanese website Response is reporting that the next-generation Lexus CT will grow in size and adopt the styling seen with the NX and RX crossovers.
Kevin · February 8th, 2016
The Detroit Bureau is reporting that Lexus will offer an LC convertible in 2018.
Kevin · January 18th, 2016
Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf is reporting that the next-generation CT will be released as a 2017 model.
Kevin · December 22nd, 2015
According to Peter Lyon of Motoring Australia, Lexus will debut the LC coupe in Detroit with two powertrains.
Kevin · December 4th, 2015
According to a Motoring Australia interview with Lexus product planning manager Makoto Tanaka, the brand is currently evaluating the addition of a truck to the lineup.
Kevin · December 2nd, 2015
Development of the Lexus seven-seat crossover has not been put on hold, according to RX project manager Makoto Tanaka.
Kevin · November 30th, 2015
Motoring Australia spoke with Lexus RX product planner Makoto Tanaka about the possibility of a high-performance RX F.
Kevin · November 26th, 2015
Lexus International executive vice-president Mark Templin has put the brakes on rumors of a next-generation LFA coming any time soon.
Kevin · November 12th, 2015
In an interview with Automotive News, Toyota president Akio Toyoda speaks frankly on the future direction of Lexus and what it means for the long-rumored seven-seat crossover.
Kevin · November 3rd, 2015
Motoring Australia has picked up new rumors on the next-generation Lexus LS from Japanese magazine Best Car.
Kevin · October 25th, 2015
According to a Motor Report interview with Lexus Australia chief executive Sean Hanley, a crossover smaller than the NX is not a priority for the brand.
Kevin · September 28th, 2015
Insider says however that "while 1000hp is possible, fuel consumption, emissions concerns and engine tolerance figures will see a more realistic figure of 800hp (596kW) targeted."
Kevin · September 21st, 2015
The ongoing saga of the Lexus three-row crossover continues in this new Edmunds interview with Lexus USA marketing manager Brian Bolain.
Kevin · September 11th, 2015
Lexus RX chief engineer Takayuki Katsuda explains that while there is considerable dealer demand for a seven-seat crossover, it won't be an RX with an extra row.
Nik · September 9th, 2015