DETROIT – Toyota Motor Corp.’s Lexus division lays plans to keep pace with competitors by offering all-wheel drive as an option across its entire lineup. The luxury marque will roll out AWD as it introduces its next generation of sedans, says Denny Clements, Lexus group vice president and general manager, who has been lobbying his Japanese company for such an option for years. The next-generation GS sedan will offer all-wheel drive. "All-wheel drive is a huge phenomenon, ...
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