NEW YORK – Lexus’ first dedicated hybrid, the slow-selling HS 250h, soon will exit the luxury brand’s lineup, a top brand official tells WardsAuto. “There is a 2012 model, but the HS essentially is in its sellout phase and there won't be another generation here,” Mark Templin, group vice president and general manager for Lexus’ U.S. arm says. “The HS was never intended for multiple generations here, (and) we’ll have other alternatives.” The HS, sharing a platform with Toyota’s European ...
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