Lexus is an astounding success story in the automotive industry, selling almost three-quarters of a million vehicles globally in 2020. From its origins as a Toyota sub-division in 1989, intended to produce a car with an unmatched combination of style and comfort, Lexus has achieved the heights of luxury that it set out for itself. The LS was the first Lexus model on the road and the level of resources and manpower Toyota allocated to it demonstrates its confidence in the project. Over thirty years later this confidence has been more than rewarded, today Lexus are one of the most established prestige brands around. Since it was once lovingly described as ‘the Japanese Mercedes’ by Alan Partridge, Lexus has grown from strength to strength over the past few years. In particular, their development of the self-charging hybrid powertrain – shared with sister company Toyota - has enabled them to craft vehicles that are still very much in line with their luxury image, all while being more efficient and environmentally friendly. This combination of factors has been hugely important for Lexus’ success lately and is set to remain at the forefront of their designs for years – if not decades - to come.
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    Lexus In motorsport

    Lexus has had a steady rise to the top of motorsport since they officially launched their programme in 2015. They are the first Asian manufacturer to win a VLN Endurance Championship race at the Nürburgring Nordschleife and backed this up with an RC F GT3 prototype claiming overall victory at 2016’s VLN9 race. This stunning performance was a crucial step towards becoming one of the most dominating forces in motorsport. Replicating its market success, Lexus has become a real force to be reckoned with.

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    Lexus – The distinction?

    Lexus is renowned for its distinctive design language, and one of the most iconic elements that consistently captivates enthusiasts worldwide is its rear lights. Characterized by sleek, intricate designs and innovative LED technology, Lexus rear lights have become synonymous with luxury and sophistication. From the signature “L”-shaped taillights seen on models like the Lexus IS and ES to the mesmerizing three-dimensional arrangements found on SUVs such as the RX and NX, each iteration showcases meticulous attention to detail and a commitment to pushing the boundaries of automotive design. Beyond their aesthetic appeal, Lexus rear lights also serve as a safety feature, ensuring optimal visibility for drivers and adding an extra layer of sophistication to the vehicle’s overall aesthetic. With their striking appearance and functional benefits, Lexus rear lights have undoubtedly left an indelible mark on the automotive landscape, further solidifying the brand’s reputation for excellence in design and innovation.

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    What size are Lexus number plates?

    All Lexus cars can display standard UK number plates, which measure 520mm x 111mm, like most kinds of vehicles. However, we offer a range of models-specific custom Lexus plates that are ideal for the rear of your car. This includes options for the CT, GS, IS, NX, RCF and RX variants. If you’re looking for a specific size bespoke Lexus plate or want help finding what you need, then get in touch with us! Our Plate Builder tool is also available to let you explore further options.

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