Lexus is the luxury vehicle division of the Japanese automaker Toyota. The Lexus brand is marketed in more than 90 countries and territories worldwide and is Japan’s largest-selling make of premium cars. It has ranked among the 10 largest Japanese global brands in market value. Lexus is headquartered in Nagoya, Japan.

In 1983, Toyota chairman Eiji Toyoda issued a challenge to build the world’s best car. This challenge prompted Toyota to embark on a top-secret project, code-named F1 (“Flagship One”). The F1 project, whose finished product was ultimately the Lexus LS 400, aimed to develop a flagship sedan that would expand Toyota’s product line, giving it a foothold in the premium segment and offering both longtime and new customers an upmarket product, the first LS400 went on sale from the newly form Lexus brand in 1989.



Lexus UX250

The UX is built on the TNGA-C platform shared with the Toyota CH-R and Toyota Corolla, the UX is a direct competitor for the Audi Q3 (not on Scheme). The UX 250h is a full hybrid, pairing a 2.0 litre petrol engine to a 1.4 kWh nickel-metal hydride battery which is charged by regen methods and the petrol engine running. You can’t drive the UX any distance on electric power, but the car can operate on electric at standstill and during low loads. The electric motor can also assist the petrol engine during acceleration boosting the 0-62 mph time to 8.5 seconds and offering economy of 51.3 miles per gallon. The sole trim on the Scheme is F-Sport Design (front wheel drive) which offers heated seats, heated steering wheel, 18-inch F-Sport wheels, F-Sport bodykit and LED front foglights, leather upholstery, selectable driving modes. Priced at £2995 Advance Payment