Toyota Motor Corp.'s luxury brand aims to top the New Zealand high-end sales segment thanks to an onslaught of new products and its successful track record in the world's prime luxury market. Toyota Motor Corp. New Zealand Ltd. Executive Director Alistair Davis says the ascension of the Lexus brand, which in 1991 launched in New Zealand, hinges on the success of two redesigned models – the new GS and IS sedans, which go on sale this year. He also points to a new design philosophy and ...
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