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2020 Lexus LC500 Convertible revealed, confirmed for Australia
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20th Nov 2019
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2020 Lexus LC500 Convertible revealed, confirmed for Australia

Lexus has unveiled just the third drop-top car in its 30 year history, the LC500 Convertible, ahead of its arrival in Australia during the second half of next year. Although its first two attempts – the SC430 and IS Convertible – weren't exactly showstoppers, the LC500 Convertible hits all the right notes on paper.
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Lexus Australia confirms CarPlay/Android Auto rollout
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7th Nov 2019
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Lexus Australia confirms CarPlay/Android Auto rollout

Lexus has rolled out Apple CarPlay and Android Auto across its line-up, but existing owners haven't been left in the cold. The ES mid-sized sedan and RX SUV were the first two models to get the technology in October, while the mid-sized NX SUV, range-topping LS sedan, and the RC and LC coupe line-ups have been outfitted with the system since November 1. Finally, all UX SUVs sold from December 1 onwards will have the technology. The BMW 3 Series-rivalling IS sedan misses out though, for now.
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2020 Lexus LC Convertible spied
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16th Oct 2019
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2020 Lexus LC Convertible spied

No, that's not the concept. Lexus has been snapped shooting a commercial for its upcoming 2020 LC Convertible, and looks just as show-stopping as we'd hoped. Set for reveal at the Tokyo motor show, the LC Convertible is exactly what you'd expect – a drop-top version of the LC500 coupe, with power (hopefully) from a free-revving Yamaha V8 and/or the LC500h's V6 hybrid system.
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Scott Collie
Lexus SC430: Takata recall expanded
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6th Oct 2019
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Lexus SC430: Takata recall expanded

Lexus Australia has expanded its Takata airbag recall for the SC430 sports car, now extending all the way to MY2010 versions. As per the original recall issued in November last year, affected vehicles were fitted with 'like for like' Takata airbag inflators as part of previous recalls. These could still be potentially faulty after several years. For this recall, the affected Lexus SC430 models will have their faulty airbags replaced with non-Takata components.
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James Wong