We're all familiar with the trope of the guy who buys a sports car without telling his wife and she leaves him. What happens when we turn it around?
The owner of the black Lexus HS 250h in this picture made two mistakes: illegally parking in a handicap spot and illegally parking in the handicap spot usually used by the owner of this classic Z/28 Camaro. [Pro-Touring]
We've exclusively obtained this document detailing the plan for a stop sale of the 2010 Lexus HS250h and a voluntarily recall of all 17,000 vehicles sold following NHTSA testing showing excessive fuel leakage after a standard rear-end collision.
Pricing has been released on the 2010 Lexus HS250h, the first dedicated hybrid from Toyota's luxury division. The not-Prius starts out at $34,200 for the basic model and $36,970 for the Premium model.
Lexus debuted a new navigation system in the HS 250h, their new dedicated hybrid, continuing the assimilation of computer controls into automobiles with a track-ball-like mouse. We decided to play with it.
For an industry left for dead, the 2009 Detroit Auto Show has produced a wealth of shiny automotive awesomeness. Here are the top ten photo galleries from yesterday's first day of the show.
Back in August we told you Lexus plans to unveil a new hybrid-only model at the Detroit Auto Show in January at the same time as the reveal of the new third-generation 2010 Toyota Prius. Now, a newly published rendering from Japanese buff book Mag-X may give us some clues of what to expect from a car they claim will…