Lexus announced it has launched the cross-sports-touring Lexus F Sport, a car that will be powered by the new Lexus RX-7 hybrid and sports-tourism website Live Leak.
Lexus is also introducing the RX-3 sport sedan and RX-6 sport sedan to the U, as well as an RX-8 SUV, which it hopes will compete with the Tesla Model 3.
The new cross-tours vehicle, which is expected to debut sometime in 2019, will have a 0-60 mph time of 2.7 seconds, according to a press release.
The RX-5 sport sedan, meanwhile, will be able to top out at a top speed of 140 mph.
The Lexus Cross-Sport is expected “to revolutionize the way people experience the automobile industry” and is a “game-changer for the future of mass-market mass transit,” according to the press release, which does not specify the specific models.
The RX-10 sports sedan is expected in 2019.
The hybrid car is expected later in the decade and will be priced between $57,000 and $74,000.
It is a new design from Lexus, the company said, and is designed to be “the ultimate hybrid.”
The new RX-4 SUV, however, will only be available in the United States.