The head of the Lexus Div. sees double when it comes to his vision of a super car for the luxury brand of Toyota Motor Corp. Denny Clements, Lexus group vice president and general manager, sees room for both a super sports car and a cruising sedan as future flagships. They may not share the same architecture. Lexus envisions a pair of flagships a step above the current LS 430. And neither would debut as a gasoline-electric hybrid vehicle, although fuel-sipping variants could ...

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