Lexus is the luxury vehicle division of the Japanese automotive manufacturer Toyota. Lexus has a presence in over 70 countries worldwide, and has grown to be the largest-selling brand of Japanese luxury cars.
Lexus strides to be at the forefront of the luxury driving experience by packing its cars with state-of-the-art driving technology, unique design features and power that leaves you inspired whenever you turn the key.
The idea of Lexus can be traced back to 1983, when then-Toyota Chairman Eiji Toyoda challenged his engineers to build the world’s best car. Subsequently, the Lexus LS 400 was developed and then later debuted in 1989 in the US after being refined into a luxury saloon car sporting a V8 engine.
Today the Lexus range covers the practical urban CT hatchback, high performance RC F Coupe, to its larger RX luxury SUV models. Most of the current models today are available with highly-efficient hybrid fuel technology built in.