On December 14, a white LFA Nürburgring Package left LFA works, the dedicated production facility at the Motomachi Plant, Aichi Prefecture. This marks the end of production for Lexus very first supercar.
Lexus has introduced a new entry-point S grade to the range, making the CT 200h accessible to even more customers, but with no compromise in the luxury, sophistication and advanced technologies that distinguish all Lexus models. And thanks to being fitted with new 15-inch five-spoke alloy wheels and a larger rear spoiler, the new CT 200h achieves even lower CO2 emissions – 87g/km.
The new Lexus RX 450h not only brings sophistication and refinement to the luxury SUV market, its full hybrid system delivers the kind of tax savings its rivals simply cannot match. For company car drivers, the model’s class leading 145g/km CO2 emissions attract a benefit-in-kind tax rating of 20 per cent, which means over a three-year period they will be paying thousands of pounds less than those who choose an equivalent BMW X5, Range Rover Sport or other premium brand model.