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.
It turns out that taking a $50k SUV and throwing tens of thousands of dollars of off-roading parts at it makes for a pretty desirable ride.
Toyota and Mercedes-Benz aren't too far behind, though.
Most people would never guess that the mild-mannered middle child of Lexus' SUV range would actually pack such serious off-road underpinnings, but Lexus is out to change that perception.
The original luxury crossover gets crisp styling tweaks and a host of new technology for its 2020 model year update.
This week, we learned more about Lexus' upcoming autonomous driving technologies.
Android Auto stretches out for better multitasking on the 2020 Lexus RX's massive screen.
The refreshed RX isn't just the first Lexus to support Android Auto, it's one of the first vehicles with the new widescreen support.
It's still in camouflage, because it's not quite ready for its big debut yet.