Images may not be re-posted without permission. When the new IS was revealed, Lexus asked if anyone misses or remembers the SportCross. Maybe the wagon variant will return with the 3rd generation IS? Car transport by Montway.
Images may not be re-posted without permission. This rendering was first featured in www.themotorreport.com.au a month ago.
Image may not be re-posted without permission. This rendering was first featured in www.themotorreport.com.au a month ago.
Before the 3rd generation was launched, Lexus had already confirmed on building the LF-CC Concept, itself a preview of the IS Coupe. The eventual IS Coupe is expected to reach showroom in 2015.
So, many speculate that the Lexus LF-CC Concept previews the next IS-Series. I hope the next IS looks better than my half-hearted rendering here.
Above was featured at Paul Tan’s blog recently. I rendered the AS with reference to the sketch seen in a Japanese motoring magazine.
There’s been reports that the HS250h isn’t selling as well as Lexus hoped. Some even speculate this model will be dropped in North America. Well, why not give it another chance, with a facelift wearing the new Lexus fascia? At the same time add in the F-Sport variant too.
Here’s my idea of a premium compact from Lexus, which is basically a 3-door version of Toyota Prius C/Aqua.
These are my impression of how a sedan variant of the CT200h might look, if Lexus decides to rival the upcoming Audi A3 Sedan, BMW 1-Series Sedan and Mecedes CLC (A-Class sedan). Not to be confused with the HS250h, the CT200h Sedan will be shorter than the IS. The IS itself is some 115mm shorter [...]
The GS can look rather well as a coupe. But I did give it a more steeply raked windscreen, so it looks a bit sleeker.