Lexus IS 2014 – The New Revolutionary Series

Lexus is all set with its innovative designs that will be introduced in 2014 as Lexus IS range. The model would indeed be much more advanced than the previously launched GS and ES line-ups.

The exclusive new range of Lexus IS 2014 model is expected to be the extended version of rear-wheel driving platform highlighting the Scion FR-S along with its cousins Toyota GT 86 and Subaru BRZ. Though it is still not officially confirmed by the management team, chipping in the platform with the renowned Toyota brand would allow Lexus to spread its development cost while tiling the way for a newly fangled IS sports car that might turn out to be another convertible. Moreover, to beat the cut-throat competition that Lexus is facing from Germany as well as United States, the new car series of Lexus would be working specifically on its exterior as the designs would be much more dramatic and appealing than the previous models. The line-up will finally be featuring an inimitable grille design which will be slotted in with an inside cabin that provides a perfect posh feel and an improved coupe-like body look that would add to its mesmerizing features list.

Lexus IS 2014  The New Revolutionary Series

The new edition would also be a power house with its four-cylinder engine that has successfully substituted the IS 250’s 2.5-liter V-6 engine that is being currently used. However, IS 350 would be using the same 306-horsepower 3.5-liter V-6 engine which is being used in GS 350. In addition, the Lexus is planning to launch a new hybrid model down the lane. Besides, the launch of new IS F model is expected to be as highly packed as the vehicle range itself.

Also, the new spindle fencing feature would be included in this series too as it has lately become the trademark of all the Lexus vehicles. The sportier and stylish car series is indeed a much awaited launch for the next year introductions.

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