Lexus

  • One of the edgiest designs in Lexus' razor-edged range, the mid-sized NX SUV, has been treated to a refresh in Shanghai. The changes are subtle, but add a touch of polish to one of the weirdest looking cars in production.
  • Most of us are heavily reliant on our cars, and it's nice to know if your big purchase will be running smoothly after the new car smell has worn off. The latest JD Power Dependability Survey has revealed the cars least (and most) likely to cause you problems.
  • ​​Lexus has taken the wraps off a Sport Yacht Concept.The seagoing Lexus one-of-a-kind proof-of-concept that uses similar design language to the marque's land-lubber vehicles and is powered by two Lexus V8 engines.​
  • The 2017 Detroit Auto Show wound back the clock with plenty of sports cars and four-wheel drives – though that doesn't mean economy and environmental considerations were taken off the table. Here are some of the best launches from the floor of the Cobo Center.
  • ​Remember the Lexus LS? Don't be ashamed if you can't – it made its debut in 2006, making it a dinosaur compared to the BMW 7 Series and Mercedes S-Class. At the 2017 Detroit Auto Show though, Lexus has finally released its new flagship,and it's anything but forgettable.
  • This year has seen plenty of production cars launched that, although not staggeringly beautiful or scarily fast, represent huge steps forward – both for their manufacturers and the people who buy them. Here's our pick of the best regular cars launched this year.
  • ​Lexus is no stranger to weird concepts, the brand having previously created everything from hover boards to spacecraft. Its latest offering is one of the most eye-catching ideas yet. For its appearance in a pop music video, the LIT IS was covered in more than 40,000 LED lights​.
  • Lexus has shown that it can design more than just cars, with the unveiling of a new single-seat spacecraft​. The SkyJet is designed specifically for pursuit and shares features with the upcoming Lexus LC coupe. Sadly, it will only be available in a fictional world and not for another 700 years.​
  • SEMA serves as a launchpad for modified cars pushing the limits of performance and design, from both big players and relatively small tuning houses. Check out the best low-slung sports cars and racers from this year's show.
  • With the all-new UX concept, Lexus explores the future of the compact SUV, playing with boldly juxtaposed styling and high-tech interior design. Prescient or just plain weird?
  • The need for today's drivers to have access to a wide array of information at a glance has led designers to rethink traditional cabin layouts. Lexus is using the Paris Motor Show to share a peek at its vision for a connected, intuitive interior.
  • Like other automakers around the world, Lexus is gearing up for the 2016 Paris Motor Show. Along with a world-premiere crossover concept, Lexus will reveal a very different kind of concept: a web-like driver's seat crafted from synthetic spider silk.