New York’s lexus is no stranger to a successful comeback.
The truckmaker has built a successful reputation for reliability, quality and fuel economy.
The company has seen its trucks ranked in the top 20 most popular trucks in the United States and Europe.
Lexus’ truck fleet has seen significant changes in the past few years, and the company’s chief executive officer says the company is looking to expand the trucking business, as well as continue to invest in new technologies.
We see a lot of innovation in the truck industry, said John Lentz, Lexus CEO.
We are trying to be innovative with our technologies.
He said that with the advent of digital technology, there will be a better way for truckers to buy and sell their trucks.
But that does not mean that Lexus will stop innovating.
Lexis plans to expand its truck fleet with new models in 2019, with new offerings such as the Lexus RX, the Lex, the new Lexus SUV and a pickup truck.
“The Lexus company is a global leader in trucking and we see a big future in truck production and distribution,” Lentz said in a statement.
The new Lexuses will be powered by a 4.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine that can deliver up to 545 horsepower.
The Lexus truck will be able to haul up to 18,000 pounds, and it can be delivered in both manual and automatic configurations.
There will be three models: the Lexis RX pickup, the next-generation Lexus LX sedan and the Lexx pickup.