NEW YORK – Lexus Group Vice President and General Manager Denny Clements disparages the competition, likening current and future gasoline-electric hybrid vehicles to “a high school science project.” The hybrid version of RX 330 is like “rocket science,” compared with its competitors, Lexus says. Current offerings are either unable to run solely on electric power, or feature electric motors mated to 4-cyl. gasoline engines. By contrast, the RX 330 hybrid looks like “rocket ...

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