Verdict It’s early days for the Lexus, but it seems the car has a decent blend of dependable real-world range and a surprising amount of practicality. The public charging network is standing up well, too – so far. Mileage: 3,141 Thanks to its relatively early push on hybrid powertrains, Lexus is probably the premium manufacturer best known for electrification.
Overview Lexus is getting into the EV game with the RZ SUV, which likely shares a platform with the Toyota bZ4X and the Subaru Solterra. This being a Lexus, we're expecting a much posher cabin to go along with its more upscale exterior styling. The powertrain should also be different in the Lexus, as patent filings have revealed the
All-electric power has been a long time coming for Lexus PROS Very comfortable and incredibly refined Good performance from electric motor Top-quality build and long warranty CONS Practicality concerns Range isn’t especially long Poor infotainment Is the Lexus UX 300e any good? Lexus was a pioneer brand when it came to hybrid cars but it’s really dragged its feet
New Lexus SUV is a huge upgrade over its predecessor PROS Comfortable and refined to drive Good electric range New infotainment long overdue CONS Not exactly exciting to drive Only average practicality Steering wheel controls confusing Is the Lexus NX any good? This is the new NX – Lexus’ answer to the likes of the BMW X3, Range Rover
Flagship Lexus does grand luxury in a different way PROS Amazing interior with some incredible details Smooth, quiet and refined World-beating reliability and warranty CONS Expensive running costs Unimpressive performance Hard to justify against an S-Class Is the Lexus LS any good? In reality, it doesn't matter how good it is, as the company sells fewer than 100 examples
Lexus uses an altogether more comprehensive approach than Tesla does to achieving SAE Level 2 autonomy. Tesla was first into the breach in the U.S. with a driver assist system capable of SAE Level 2 autonomy, which is the second-from-the-bottom tier of self-driving capability as defined by the Society of Automotive Engineers. (Full or close to full self-driving gets
The newest F Sport Performance version of the IS takes us back to the golden era of compact sports sedans with naturally aspirated V-8 engines. About a decade ago, compact sports sedans offered naturally aspirated V-8s that absolutely ripped. Before everyone went turbo, the E90 BMW M3, the B7 Audi RS4, and the W204 Mercedes C63 AMG crammed in
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