Lexus





Origin: JP Japan

Made for EU Europe

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  • Current Production

    Since 2019 Lexus ES
    Since 2019 Lexus RC F
    Since 2018 Lexus LS
    Since 2018 Lexus RC
    Since 2018 Lexus UX
    Since 2017 Lexus CT
    Since 2017 Lexus LC
    Since 2017 Lexus NX
    Since 2016 Lexus IS
    Since 2015 Lexus RX

    Discontinued Production

    2015-2019 Lexus RC F
    2015-2018 Lexus GS
    2015-2018 Lexus GS F
    2015-2018 Lexus RC
    2012-2018 Lexus LS
    2014-2017 Lexus CT
    2014-2017 Lexus NX
    2013-2016 Lexus IS
    2012-2015 Lexus GS
    2012-2015 Lexus RX
    2011-2014 Lexus CT
    2008-2014 Lexus IS-C
    2007-2014 Lexus IS-F
    2006-2013 Lexus IS
    2010-2012 Lexus LFA
    2010-2012 Lexus LFA Nrbrgring Edition
    2009-2012 Lexus LS
    2009-2012 Lexus RX
    2010 Lexus LF-A GT
    2006-2009 Lexus LS
    2006-2009 Lexus RX
    2003-2006 Lexus LS
    2003-2006 Lexus RX
    2000-2003 Lexus LS
    1997-2000 Lexus LS
    1995-1997 Lexus LS

    Comments

    Author Message


    FR Rinspeed

    2015-09-25 13:38
    Desscythe17 wrote

    I didn't think about those on any of the brands I split. I'm not going to do the race cars, but I can do the concept cars. If I have a concept that was revealed in the US, should I add it to Lexus USA, or should I add it to the market the production car was made for?

    for me lexus, not usa


    RB Mark0

    2015-09-25 10:24
    I changed race cars to country they race in.


    NL Desscythe17

    2015-09-24 22:40
    Rinspeed wrote
    Why there is all the concepts and all the race cars here in Lexus Europe?

    I didn't think about those on any of the brands I split. I'm not going to do the race cars, but I can do the concept cars. If I have a concept that was revealed in the US, should I add it to Lexus USA, or should I add it to the market the production car was made for?


    FR Rinspeed

    2015-09-24 19:38
    Why there is all the concepts and all the race cars here in Lexus Europe?


    Sandie

    2011-05-01 03:28
    Indeed and the US is a market where they do well.

    Their focus on hybrids rather than diesels doesn't really cut it in Europe where the sweet spot in the prestige car market is for four cylinder sub 30K diesels. The only car they have in that range is the IS and that product is not competitive compared to the German cars.
    US carcrasher88

    2011-05-01 01:17
    Interesting read:

    jalopnik.com/#!5797130/how-lexus-is-losing-the-luxury-war

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