Lexus will join the 2019 Design Miami/ fair as the official automotive partner for the second year, once again showing the marque’s passion for design at the global forum for the most influential collectors, designers, curators and critics from around the world.
Lexus will support the show’s sustainable theme with an all-hybrid fleet to chauffeur...
Lexus will introduce its first battery electric vehicle (BEV), the UX 300e, at the Guangzhou International Automobile Exhibition (November 22-December 1).
As the first production model under the Lexus Electrified banner, the all-electric UX 300e was developed for excellent on-road performance.
Lexus engineers kept the distinctive design and the...
Lexus introduces its first battery electric vehicle at the Guangzhou International Automobile Exhibition on November 22.
Specifically crafted to suit the needs of audiences in China and Europe, this further advances the brand’s desire to offer a portfolio of electrified powertrain choices for diverse audiences worldwide.
Toyota Research Institute announced that its Platform 4 (P4) automated driving test vehicle will be available for public demonstration rides next summer in Tokyo.
Offered from July to September 2020, the P4 will demonstrate Toyota's "Chauffeur" SAE Level-4 capabilities in a specific "mobility as a service" (MaaS) driving environment.
Lexus unveiled its “Lexus Electrified" vision for an upcoming generation of electrified vehicles. Headlining this moment was the debut of the Lexus LF-30 Electrified Concept, which made its world premiere at the 46th Tokyo Motor Show.
Futuristic exterior of the new LF-30 concept foreshadows the Lexus Electrified vehicles towards 2030.
Lexus will premiere its BEV (Battery Electric Vehicle) concept at the 46th Tokyo Motor Show from October 23 through November 4, 2019.
Innovative in many respects, for the batteries, the electric motors and the transmission adopted, the futuristic lines prototype will glimpse a mechanics very close to the one that will go into series production.
Toyota Motor Europe announces it is beginning automated driving on public roads in Europe. After successful simulations and trials on closed circuits, the company is now taking its in-house developed AD systems to a real-life urban setting.
In the city centre of Brussels, Belgium, a Lexus LS will repeatedly complete a fixed loop for the next 13...