The Lexus LS might not have the same cultural gravitas as the Mercedes-Benz S-Class or the BMW 7 Series, but the LS remains one seriously competent and comfortable full-size sedan. While its biggest, fanciest trim shuffled off into the sunset when the latest generation was released, a new report claims the 600h trim might be due for a comeback after all.
It’s time to part ways with the. Just a few years shy of its 30th anniversary, Toyota’s luxury division confirmed the GS will exit production at the end of this year.
As the luxury sedan comes to the end of its life, Lexus announced the GS Black Line Edition on Thursday, which adds some, well, black accents to the car. Based on the GS 350 F Sport, there’s a 3.5-liter V6 under the hood, and it’s available with the standard rear-wheel drive layout or all-wheel drive. Yes, with the GS’ departure, we have
Let’s start things off with an appropriate disclaimer with regard to trademarks and patents: Automakers apply for them all the time, all around the world, and they don’t always foreshadow a future product. What they do give us, though, are potential clues to the future.
Today, we’re talking about the Lexus NX, the rather old compact luxury crossover that’ll likely see a new generation in the near future. A Mach E Club forum user posted trademarks Lexus filed in Europe surrounding the NX, but one of them is very interesting: an NX 450h Plus. For
Thepictured here here is both totally familiar and extremely special. Mechanically speaking, it’s no different than the bright-yellow version my colleague Craig Cole . But this one is the , and though it looks like any other LC, only 100 of these green-over-brown coupes will be sold in the US.
I love a good green, and the one on this LC 500 is fantastic. It’s called Nori Green Pearl, and it’s exclusive to the Inspiration Series LC —