To figure out automakers' future plans (they're very reticent to reveal them to the press, for obvious reasons), you sometimes have to look overseas for new products that may, potentially, be arriving on our shores.
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Toyota triumphs, Lexus leaps ahead to finish first, and Ford falls in J.D.
The all-new 2013 Lexus GS was first unveiled last August, and with it went to rest the stereotype of traditionally conservative Lexus design.
Last week, we reported that Toyota had told dealers at NADA in Las Vegas that it would be releasing 19 new models across its Toyota, Scion, and Lexus brands in the next year.