In a recent interview, the Australian CEO of Lexus revealed the company is considering an entry-level crossover, a high-performance CT 300h, and an ES replacement.
New details are emerging about the future Lexus lineup as the company's Australian CEO recently sat down for an interview.
Speaking with Drive, Tony Cramb admitted their lineup has "some pretty major gaps" but several new models are under consideration. While he didn't give specifics, Cramb stated "we need a smaller SUV" to slot below the RX and battle the BMW X3 and Mercedes GLK. He also mentioned a high-performance CT 300h and a possible replacement for the ES.
No timeframe was given, but we should learn more information in the coming months.