There is exciting news from Lexus.
Anyone who reads Torque News knows that Lexus is the top luxury car brand in the world when it comes to things like quality, reliability, and resale value.
The compact luxury crossover market in the US is about to get more crowded.
It has been widely reported that BMW and Toyota will partner to make a sports car.
As luxury vehicles go, the 2014 Lexus RX350 is getting a little old.
Consumer Reports gets made fun of by the other car magazines for focusing too much on home economics and not enough on things that car enthusiasts find of interest.
The Lexus RC 350 F Sport will debut at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show on March 4rth.
In its most recent Vehicle Dependability Study (VDS) J.D. Power and Associates found that engine and transmission problems were on the rise.
In its 25th annual Vehicle Dependability Study J.D. Power and Associates reaffirms Lexus' dominance in the auto industry with regards to reliability.
During a recent presentation by Jim Lentz, CEO of Toyota North America, the styling of the exciting new crossover from Lexus was shown on the screen for an instant.
Lexus officially launched the totally new 2015 RC F luxury sports coupe today and the big news is the engine.
Lexus has broken ground on a new factory in which to build cars in the USA. The Georgetown Kentucky facility will be up and running by the fall of 2015.
Lexus’ year-end sales summary contained a few facts we found very surprising. First off, who knew that November 2013 was the 33 month low for gasoline prices in America, with an average of $3.22?