You don’t have to be a big crossover or SUV fan to appreciate what Lexus has done with the design of its newest concept. Yes, the spindle grille may be a bit too outlandish and the split rear spoiler is ...interesting, but overall the LF-1 Limitless has a sleek design and an appealing roofline that hopefully won’t be altered too much on its way to the assembly line. Futuristic headlights and taillights contribute to the concept’s high-tech look, while the flush door handles and the absence of conventional side mirrors further contribute to the body’s modern sheet metal. … [Read more...] about Lexus LF-1 Limitless Concept Could Hint At All-New LX
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The twin-turbo V8 would also reportedly be available in Lexus' forthcoming, range-topping crossover that might wear the LQ moniker. Where the current LX is a rugged, body-on-frame SUV that's essentially a somewhat nicer version of the Toyota Land Cruiser, the new vehicle would put a bigger focus on luxury and comfort. Look for it to arrive for the 2022 model year. … [Read more...] about Lexus LC F Dead But Work On Twin-Turbo V8 Continues: Report
This could be the LF-1 Limitless come to life. If you take a look at the Lexus lineup, you’ll notice something about how it names its models – if you consider two-letter combinations names. Across its lineup, Lexus denotes its flagship model with the “L” prefix with the S, C, and X suffix denoting sedan, coupe, and SUV, respectively. Earlier this month, Lexus registered “LQ” in the U.S., possibly for a future model, according to AutoGuide.com. Conveniently, Lexus showed the LF-1 Limitless concept during the Detroit Auto Show earlier this year. In the official press release at the time, Lexus said the concept has the “potential to shape the future of a flagship luxury crossover.” Could the LQ be that flagship luxury crossover? … [Read more...] about Lexus Grabs LQ Trademark, Possibly For Flagship Crossover
Toyota C-HR Toyota’s first true foray into the CUV segment looks like it will be a serious competitor. Using the Prius platform as its base, the new C-HR puts to use a standard 2.0-liter engine producing a hearty-enough 144 horsepower (107 kilowatts) with the option of either front- or all-wheel drive. Its design is eye-catching, but not over the top, its cabin is spacious and filled with amenities, and in a few months time, we’ll see a hybrid version come to market. If you’re still under the impression that millennials don’t care about cars, wait until this thing hits dealerships next year. … [Read more...] about Our favorite 2016 L.A. Auto Show debuts
Black trim adorns the exterior of both models, and they ride on matching wheels. Toyota will expand the availability of its dark-trimmed Nightshade Special Editions to the 2019 Camry and Highlander in an effort to let customers add a little style to their new vehicle. The more stylish models will debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show and will go on sale in 2019. … [Read more...] about Toyota Camry, Highlander Nightshade Debut Dark Look In L.A.