Lexus is founded on the principle of the “relentless pursuit of perfection”. In every aspect of its vehicle design and manufacturing and its customer service, it strives constantly to achieve the highest possible standards, setting benchmarks for all its rivals in the prestige car market.
The Lexus RX400h makes its UK debut at the Sunday Times Motor Show Live, a vehicle that is set to make history as the first hybrid petrol-electric production model in the premium car market when sales begin in early 2005.
Visitors to the Lexus stand at the Sunday Times Motor Show Live will be given an exciting insight into the future of the brand with the display of the stunning LF-X concept car and the radical hybrid power RX400h.
With the unveiling of the revolutionary RX400h 4-wheel drive Sport Utility Vehicle at the 2004 Geneva Motorshow, Lexus today introduces the world’s first hybrid, petrol/electric powered car to the European premium automotive segment.
Initially established within the Toyota Motor Corporation as an entirely separate marque, the Lexus Division finally achieved total, worldwide development autonomy within the group with the creation of the Lexus Development Centre in June 2003.
Lexus has unveiled two significant new models at the North American International Auto Show. Taking centre stage at Detroit are the all-new GS sports saloon and the production version of the hybrid power RX400h prestige SUV.