2014 marked the 25th anniversary of the original Lexus, the LS 400. Instead of celebrating, the employees at Lexus’ Europe-based design studio, ED2, got right back to work and started to sketch the LF-SA concept.
Lexus is better than most, but it’s easy to see why most automakers can’t seem to get infotainment right. It’s all about time, expertise and consumer expectation. So why won’t Lexus commit to Apple and Android?
Once again, Lexus has been recognized as a leader in quality from two of the industry’s most trusted sources. Consumer Reports—for the third straight year—ranked the company at the top of its annual Car Brand Report Card.
For instance, the RC F is one of the hottest selling cars on the planet right now. For Japan alone, the RC F and its baby brother the RC 350 are sold out for the next two years. A fairly strong point when you consider it’s built there. However, that pent up demand hasn’t stopped […] More »
The North American International Auto Show might have been the focus last week, but last week, some videos from the 2015 Tokyo Auto Salon—which is kind of Japan’s SEMA—made it up on to YouTube.