“I personally with other Lexus dealers have gotten a glimpse of what that might look like when – not if, when – it comes to Lexus, and I believe that it has put a smile on our face, that we’re going to have a player in a market,” Iacono said.
This will likely be the production version of the radical-looking electric concept Lexus is teasing that will debut this spring. In addition, we can also look forward to updates for the LS sedan. “Not too many people really understand where we’re going with the LS, which will be a true benchmark for the brand,” said Iacono.
As well as introducing new models, Lexus is also finally planning to upgrade its current infotainment system, which is widely criticized for being slow and clunky. “The telematics that are coming our way are going to be industry-leading and they’re going to be what we currently do not have,” Iacono claimed.