Lexus Cars and Reviews
Based on its 2015 lineup, it would seem that Lexus believes there's no rest for the luxurious. While most of the company's models are carryovers from 2014, they all return with noteworthy improvements, such as a smartphone-linked remote access system for the ES and IS sedans, available F Sport package for the GS 450h hybrid, and Apple's Siri eyes-free technology for the 2015 GX and LX SUVs. Also treated to their share of upgrades are the full-size LS sedan and the RX crossover, which now offers LED headlights. Only the 2015 CT 200h hybrid hatchback is a near mirror image of its predecessor, aside from a new paint color and a revised built-in garage door opener.
Joining those veterans are two all-new models: the 2015 NX crossover and the 2015 RC coupe.