PHOENIX — “Our buyers are asking for a flagship car, but we don't have any plans to build one at this time,” says Denny Clements, general manager of Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Lexus Div. However, Lexus is going to do whatever it takes to elevate the brand. “If we find that we need a flagship vehicle, we'll be making that request (of Toyota Motor Corp.),” Clements says. He notes that Toyota would be able to provide a platform for such a vehicle if that's what the company chooses to do. ...
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