Lexus, the luxury brand of Toyota, has been "pursuing perfection" since its inception in 1989. Lexus currently produces seven hybrid vehicles, making it the leader in hybrid luxury, and is ramping up its enthusiast credentials with its F Sport vehicles.
For now, though, the digital tech is only available in Toyota's home market of Japan.
With lots of standard safety technology and up to 38 miles per gallon combined, the Lexus UX may be ideal for urban drivers.
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Toyota's luxury brand says it will beat Audi to market with an interesting new tech feature, albeit just barely.
Lexus finally gives its dealers and customers a unibody three-row crossover, but it's filled with compromises.
Lexus launches a smaller, more affordable crossover called the UX in hopes of attracting young, urban drivers.
The smallest Lexus crossover SUV isn't exciting to drive, but it's tailor-made for first-time luxury buyers.
Lexus' stretched RX is a smooth operator with slightly more functionality.