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A sales bump for trucks? - Snyder's Aug. takeaways; Lexus scores a victory; Why GM dealers are miffed; Former NADA exec Brady joins Kerrigan; Technology in Motion.
Toyota Motor North America, behind stronger truck demand and higher incentives, posted a U.S. sales gain in August for the third-straight month despite some drag by its Lexus luxury division.
Lexus gained ground on Mercedes and BMW in August, but luxury sales fell overall.
Spy photos suggest Lexus will be able to accommodate a third row in the RX with few physical changes.
VW engineer gets prison time; Winterkorn warned?; A lessening at Lexus; Paring down at Apple; Car-sharing in the classic sense; Stein: When it comes to car names, keep it simple.
Ford hires ex-Key Safety CEO to head China operations; VW's newest SUV: T-Roc; Judgment day at Audi?; Calgary airport, Lexus apologize for marketing mishap; Evolution of GM's Maven.
The Lexus RX "L," captured by spy photographers in Southern California, features a longer rear overhang and a more upright roof to better accommodate riders in the far back, but otherwise, it isn't much different than the two-row version.
As a top global sponsor of the Olympics and the country's flagship automaker, Toyota sees the Tokyo games as a turning point for its image.
Has Lexus shifted to a more conservative look for the redesigned ES sedan, caught testing in Arizona? Spy photos show the brand's spindle grille significantly reduced in size.
Toyota, Mazda reportedly near deal for possible U.S. plant, EV projects; How Lexus snapped losing streak; Tesla pass to burn cash?; Lear CEO: Auto companies, tech firms need one another.
The transition to the new GA-L platform gives Lexus the opportunity to deliver on promises to offer sportier vehicles that it says represent the future of the brand.
The next Lexus LS opens up a fight over self-driving technology between Japan's two biggest automakers.
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