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The next 12 months will be some of the most important in the relatively short history of two premium Japanese brands – Lexus and Infiniti. Lexus, because it launches the new IS saloon (and coupé), while Infiniti responds with an all-new G-series.
You may have spotted Lexus’ LF-LC in the photo gallery we published from The Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este at the weekend. Lexus went one step further than its static Concorso display, by actually driving the LF-LC on the roads around Lake Como in Italy.
2012 is the Chinese Year of the Dragon, so it seems fitting that Acura chose this ‘fire red’ hue for its latest NSX Concept – on show at last week’s Auto China show in Beijing.
Last year’s Paceman Concept, shown at the at the 2011 Detroit Auto Show, was well received by the motoring press and public alike, so much so that BMW signed it off for a late-2012 production slot and deliveries in early 2013.
The one remaining question was , “what would it be called?”
After a successful premiere at the Detroit NAIAS Auto Show in January, Lexus’ hybrid 2+2 sport coupe makes its first European appearance at next week’s Geneva motor show.
Chrysler’s Super Bowl ad became notorious for all the wrong reasons, after it was pulled by YouTube in a move that raised fresh questions over the video sharing platform’s content management controls.
After its debut at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit last month and its starring role in Honda/Acura’s Super Bowl ad, Honda’s NSX (concept) will make its European premiere at the Geneva Motor Show in March.
This feels like a good-news story to me as we near the end of 2011. Toyota/Lexus who seemingly abandoned the sports car segment, first with the Supra in 2002 followed by the MR2 in 2007, are back and to use an old cliché, “this time they’re serious.”
Lexus will unveil a new concept vehicle at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit on January 9, 2012, joining Honda who this morning confirmed its NSX Concept will premiere at the same event.