There were three debuts from Lexus this week, but only two for the US market. Vehicles that skip this market are Crossover called LBXand it brings Lexus into the subcompact segment for the first time.
2025 Volvo EX30
Volvo also unveiled its first subcompact electric crossover this week. It is called EX30. At least one version develops 422 horsepower. That’s enough to accelerate from 0 to 90 miles per hour in 3.4 seconds.
2024 Lexus GX
Lexus too Introducing the redesigned GX, and fans of the blocky current generation won’t be disappointed with the new SUV. It uses a body-on-frame platform, offers V-6 and hybrid powertrains, and seats up to seven.
2024 Lexus TX
The third and final debut car from Lexus this week was TX, a mid-sized SUV with three rows of seats, but this time based on a car-like unibody platform. The TX is a relative of the Toyota Grand Highlander, and both vehicles are built at the Indiana plant.
Porsche Mission X Concept
Porsche celebrates 75 years in the sports car business with electric hypercar concept. One of the performance targets for the production version is a lap record at the Nürburgring.
Tesla Model S Plaid Truck Package sets Nürburgring lap time to 7:25.231
a Tesla Model S Plaid As for EV, the “Ring” set a new record. The new record of 7:25.231 was made possible thanks to his package of trucks that, among other upgrades, unlocked the car’s top speed of 200 mph.
2024 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Collector’s Edition
And finally, Chevrolet introduced a special model. collector’s edition model The current 6th generation Camaro is coming to an end. No successor has been announced, but Chevrolet has admitted it’s still not a curtain for nameplates.
https://www.motorauthority.com/news/1139899_lexus-lbx-tesla-at-the-ring-porsche-mission-x-this-week-s-top-photos Lexus LBX, Tesla on the Ring, Porsche Mission X: Top Photos of the Week