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  • 2018 Lexus LS 500h Executive Package (Lexus LS Hybrid)

    Lexus won't enter the business of selling plug-in hybrids, as it plans to move straight to battery-electric cars and hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles. The comment came from Alain Uyttenhoven, head of Lexus Europe, who said plug-in hybrids are not necessary and a "loophole." Lexus will execute its electric-drive strategy in 2020 with the first fuel-cell sedan based on the LF-FC, and another concept to come, according to Auto Express. “We do not need to have plug-in hybrid vehicles. It’s a loophole in the market. We will reach the [CO2] targets without them.” Lexus' strategy will...

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