Is This the Lexus Pick-up Truck No One’s Been Waiting for?
Does this rendering make you think that Lexus could be a big-time player in the full-size, luxury pick-up, U.S. market?
For the second straight month, Lexus has sold more luxury vehicles than any other car company. More than BMW. More than Mercedes.
Lexus Australia’s chief exec thinks the LF-LC convertible would make a fine flagship performance car, perfect for battling the Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe.
To milk their 2020 Olympics’ sponsorship, Toyota is launching eight new vehicles ahead of the games, including a new hydrogen powered Lexus LS.