• The LF-CC concept car has wowed us since its official debut at the 2012 Paris Motor Show. Today Lexus Racing has unveiled a new race car based on the LF-CC concept which will compete in the 2014 Japanese Super GT Series. The new LF-CC race car will replace the trusty SC 430 which has run in the GT 500 class for nearly 7 years.... Read more

  • The Intelligent Sport. It's Lexus' entry level luxury entrant benchmarked by the BMW 3 series and closely followed by the Mercedes Benz C Class and Audi A4 series. The 3rd Generation IS has come a long way from the Toyota Altezza it was extracted from. The IS was conceived to take on Germany's best and now the all-new 2014 IS is aimed to be the most fun-to-drive IS ever. ... Read more

  • As I stepped out of the LFA at the local Cars & Coffee, a young boy walked up to me and said, "I am so jealous that you are driving this $400k supercar!"  I smiled and responded, "This is an awesome car but it's not mine; I am just driving it for the weekend."  "Oh you are so lucky!  What car do you drive?"  I pointed to the NSX that my friend parked beside the LFA, he looked over and said, "The NSX is still a very nice car!  They are both crazy cars from Japan..."... Read more

  • Big, fast sedans have traditionally been the sole property and ownership of German marquees. If you wanted to be coddled in cozy leather and be able to pull .88 G's on the skid pad, your options were limited. But now the equation has changed a little bit with Lexus' F Sport line. Instead of resting comfortably in their niche, they've decided to turn up the wick a bit and brawl with the big boys.... Read more

  • If you immediately think this match-up sounds like an excuse for some glossy magazine blokes to criticize the LFA for not being a "real" supercar, you're forgiven. But consider this quote: "We stop to wait for the Aventador." How often do you think that's said?... Read more

  • By John Stewart [NewCarTestDrive]  Here's an overview of the specifications for the 2010 Lexus RX.  Check out the latest features!... Read more

  • By John Stewart [NewCarTestDrive] Over the period of two days in Sonoma, California, we had the opportunity to switch in and out of standard a RX 350, both with front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive, plus an RX 450h hybrid, and a brief drive in the current RX 330. We spent most of our time in a Matador Red RX 350 AWD with the Navigation package. ... Read more

  • By John Stewart [NewCarTestDrive] Edging away from the current RX look, the 2010 RX 350 has a wider stance, with more pronounced front fenders and crisper lines overall. As in the previous generation, the grille is placed lower than the headlights, so the Lexus family resemblance carries on, but the headlights are more sharply defined and the roofline is flatter. In essence, the rounded egg-shaped body has been redefined at the corners to retain fluid RX cues in an updated format.... Read more

  • All-new, with more technology but less complexity. By John Stewart [NewCarTestDrive] As vehicles become more complex, driving becomes more like operating a computer. Yet the new 2010 Lexus RX 350 and RX 450h seems uncommonly easy to operate. And they are brimming with new technology. If the RX were a computer, and in more ways than ever, it is, it would have a plug-and-play operating system and an inviting, engaging user interface. ... Read more

  • TORRANCE, Calif.  (Jan 6, 2010) - The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) awarded the Lexus 2010 HS 250h, the world's first dedicated luxury hybrid, a rating of five out of five stars for both front impact for the driver and right front passenger positions and side impact for the driver and left rear passenger positions.  ... Read more

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