Lexus Discusses Upcoming New York International Auto Show Reveals
Shortly after Toyota started the Lexus brand in 1989, Mark Templin started his long career at Toyota. He’s now a managing officer of Toyota Motor Corporation and executive vice president of Lexus International, responsible for leading the luxury brand’s global operations. We got the chance to ask him a few questions at the preliminary press kickoff for the 2015 New York International Auto Show.
The new Lexus RC is attractive, but there’s one thing missing from its attractive lines: a retractable top. Luckily, the automaker still offers its IS C convertible.
This is “Gymkhana on Ice,” starring a beautifully modified Lexus IS. But if you’re picturing Disney Princesses, then you’ve got another thing coming to you.
EKanoo Racing’s twin-turbocharged Lexus IS F launches properly, and starts speeding down the track. Then all hell breaks loose.
Someone took the mild-mannered Lexus IS300 sedan from the early 2000s and shoehorned a 5.3-liter LS V8 into its empty engine bay, which originally housed a 3.0-liter I6. Two turbos provide even more oomph.