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This Lexus UX is brandishing a new tattoo

This Lexus UX is brandishing a new tattoo

When was the last time you saw an actual tattooed car? Well, this Lexus UX has it, and it looks awesome. Celebrating premium Japanese artistry and craftsmanship, Lexus commissioned London-based tattoo artist Claudia De Sabe and husband Yutaro of Red Point Studio to give the UX SUV some ink.

However, it’s not as easy as it sounds. "When you tattoo a person, you have to think about the muscles and tissue beneath the skin," said De Sabe. "With the car, it was about the way the bodywork changes shape over the framework." - Apparently, it was De Sabe’s first time to tattoo a car, and she had to employ a new technique – not to mention use a new host of tools – to complete the job.

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Lexus teams with CPF to create accessible ride-on for kids

Lexus teams with CPF to create accessible ride-on for kids

Automaker Lexus has announced that it has teamed with the Cerebral Palsy Foundation (CPF) to create a one-of-a-kind ride-on vehicle that is inspired by kids with cerebral palsy. For kids with cerebral palsy, one of the big challenges is being able to play and participate in their environment as other kids do. To help kids with cerebral palsy play more like other kids, Lexus and the CPF created a new ride-on vehicle for one special child.

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Lexus design concepts imagine how we’ll travel on the moon

Lexus design concepts imagine how we’ll travel on the moon

Much of the focus on lunar space travel is spent on getting to the moon because, of course, we need to get there and establish a base first before anything else. But once we've settled down, how are we going to get around our new lunar home? That's the question that Lexus has sought to answer with a set of concept design sketches that are figuratively and literally out of this world. Some of them we'd probably wished wasn't so out of reach.

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Lexus UX 300e is the brand’s first electric vehicle

Lexus UX 300e is the brand’s first electric vehicle

Lexus has unveiled its very first fully electric vehicle called the UX 300e. The EV has the distinctive design and functionality of the original UX, according to Lexus. The UX 300e was unveiled in China. The vehicle is the first under the Lexus electrified banner, according to the automaker.

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The Lexus LC 500 Convertible is more stunning than we dared hope

The Lexus LC 500 Convertible is more stunning than we dared hope

The Lexus LC was arguably born to be a drop-top, and the 2021 Lexus LC 500 Convertible delivers on that at the LA Auto Show 2019 this week. Slicing the roof of the concept-esque two door wasn't exactly an easy proposition, however.

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First Lexus all-electric car gets a reveal date (and a badge)

First Lexus all-electric car gets a reveal date (and a badge)

Lexus will reveal its first all-electric car later this month, with the as-yet unnamed vehicle set to add a true BEV option among the automaker's range of luxury hybrids. Though Lexus - and parent Toyota - was early to the game when it came to hybrid vehicles, it has been slow to adopt battery-electric models which have no internal combustion engine.

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Lexus LF-30 Electrified Concept teases EV intent behind gullwings and glitz

Lexus LF-30 Electrified Concept teases EV intent behind gullwings and glitz

Lexus may have been early to the hybrid game, but full electrification has lagged behind, something the new Lexus LF-30 Electrified Concept aims to address. Unveiled this week at the Tokyo Motor Show 2019, the striking concept with its gullwing doors may look like fanciful auto-show fare, but it teases an intriguingly different approach to EVs.

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2020 Lexus IS F Sport Blackline Special Edition limited to 900 units

2020 Lexus IS F Sport Blackline Special Edition limited to 900 units

Lexus has announced a new limited edition sports car that is called the 2020 IS F Sport Blackline Special Edition. The special model is offered on both the rear-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive versions of the IS 350 F Sport and the IS 300 F Sport RWD and AWD. The special run is limited to 900 units.

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Lexus LY 650 Yacht is 65 feet of luxury

Lexus LY 650 Yacht is 65 feet of luxury

Says the Lexus name and automatically most will think of luxury cars, but that isn't all the brand is about. Lexus has a new luxury yacht that it is bragging about called the Lexus LY 650. The yacht debuted today in Florida and is part of the Lexus challenge to itself to "go beyond the automobile to deliver innovative and amazing experiences."

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2020 Lexus RX and RXL gain Android Auto and more

2020 Lexus RX and RXL gain Android Auto and more

Lexus has announced the 2020 RX and RXL SUVs, and they bring with them some firsts for the Lexus brand. One first is the integration of Android Auto into both of the vehicles. Android Auto is a first for the entire Lexus brand and will go along with the Apple CarPlay that is already supported.

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2020 Lexus LC 500 Inspiration Series is limited to 100 units

2020 Lexus LC 500 Inspiration Series is limited to 100 units

Lexus has announced a new limited-edition ride that only 100 people will get to enjoy. The car is called the 2020 Lexus LC 500 Inspiration Series and it comes in an exclusive Nori Green Pearl exterior color. Lexus says that the shade of green compliments the angles of the LC's design. The car rolls on a set of 21-inch two-tone wheels.

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After thirty years Lexus is ready for its next huge challenge

After thirty years Lexus is ready for its next huge challenge

The Lexus brand was born of an obsession to make the best car in the world. It’s as simple as that. Toyota founder Eiji Toyoda issued the challenge back in 1983: to create a new premium sedan that would go head-to-head with the best from BMW and Mercedes-Benz. Hiding under the initial code name of Circle F - which eventually became F1 or Flagship One - Lexus began working on their first car, the LS sedan. Interestingly enough, it was around the same time fellow Japanese carmakers Honda and Nissan were also working on their respective luxury arms, Acura and Infiniti.

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