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It’s short. It’s fleeting. Sometimes it flies, and sometimes it stands still. It catches up with us and passes us by. Sometimes it’s of the essence, and others we’ve got it to spare. Good, bad, wasted and well-spent, it can be passed in sorrow, or in celebration. It slips, it ticks, it heals all wounds and wounds all heels. It waits for no one, and never stops. It’s on our side. It’s our enemy. It’s all we have in this world. You can’t buy more of it, so make the most of it.
Time. It’s the most precious of luxuries. That’s why we invest so much time getting every detail right on every Lexus we make. Every stitch. Every sound. Every surface. So that you can spend your time relishing every moment behind the wheel.
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38 Days. 912 hours. That’s the time it takes to craft the Shimamoku steering wheel that graces the Lexus LS – shaped from alternate layers of light and dark shaded wood veneers in a 67-step process. Painstaking precision that raises a smile every time your hands grip the wheel.
Of the thousands of components that make up the modern luxury automobile, the seats are the only one in constant contact with you. Which is why Lexus engineers invested 3 years to perfect the seats that grace the ES. So no matter what your body type, you feel supported – even when experiencing G-forces – and enveloped in luxurious comfort.
Advanced technology fused with traditional Japanese artforms is a hallmark of a Lexus. Like the hand-pleated fabric that adorns the LS. Inspired by the ancient art of Origami, a single piece of cloth is folded by the hands of a skilled Takumi creating a symphony of light and shadow. The process was 4-years in the making. The result – an ambiance worth every effort, and enhancing every moment behind the wheel.
Structural Blue. 15 years in development, the dazzling exterior colour – available exclusively on Lexus LC – gives the impression of constantly changing with the light. The paint production process itself takes 8 months, and is applied to the vehicle in seven individual layers. Unprecedented efforts, all done to ensure that your LC stands out from every other vehicle on the road.
The LS’ rear seats are designed to make you forget time all together. With options for heating, cooling and Shiatsu massage, you will be amazed at how time can fly. Choose the reclining seat, and lean back an additional 48 degrees, or raise it up 24 degrees to make egress easier – especially when you don’t want the journey to be at an end.
Developed by Lexus master craftsmen, Shimamoku wood trim is created from layers of light and dark wood veneers to create a finish that is rich and vibrant, yet warm and welcoming. For the NX, they employed a special treatment developed by Yamaha and once reserved for their grand pianos. The result is an aesthetic that soothes the soul, and makes your every journey one to cherish.
That’s the number of individual grid facets that make up the tapestry of interlocking Lexus ‘L’ motifs of the grille that adorns the latest generation LS. Rendered by a computer, it was brought to life over the course of six months by the hands of a skilled design modeller who individually adjusted each of the curved surface motifs on screen. An attention to detail that finds its reward in the joy of every LS owner.
That’s the time it takes for the Lexus LC 500 to sprint from 0 to 100km/h. At 4.7 seconds, the LC 500h – featuring the world’s first multi-stage hybrid powertrain – is a close second. Raw power, razor-sharp performance, and 0-exhilarating in under 5 seconds. Ready to amaze every time you get behind the wheel.
It takes 10,000 hours to become an expert and 60,000 hours to become a Takumi. This is the title bestowed on the Lexus Master Craftspeople who are the heart, soul, and driving force behind our uncompromising quality and peerless attention to detail.
That’s how many training laps a Lexus test driver must complete – over every kind of terrain – until, by senses alone, they can detect the slightest deviation from perfection. Only then are they certified, and ready to test drive a new Lexus to ensure that it is perfect for the next driver – the owner.
To the Takumi in charge of engine assembly, a Lexus engine produces a symphony of 20 different sounds. No less than 250 inspections are carried out to ensure that each engine is perfectly tuned and ready to thrill with every press of the gas pedal.
That’s the amount of time Takumi master Nahoko Kojima spent practicing the 1,000 year-old art of Kirie – Japanese paper cutting. Hers is one the stories featured in the Lexus’ documentary on the making of a Takumi. The same dedication is mirrored in the Lexus craftsmen who strive to make each Lexus a timeless masterpiece.
Human senses are a Takumi’s most precious tool. One test aspiring Takumi must pass in pursuit of a heightened sense of touch and dexterity is to fold an Origami cat. While it sounds simple, it must be completed using one hand – their non-dominant one – in under 90 seconds.
Rich and lustrous, the exterior of a Lexus seems to shimmer, changing with the light, ready to amaze at every glance. To achieve the effect, each Lexus spends more than 10 hours in the Paint Shop where layer-upon-layer of finish is painstakingly applied. Final inspection is carried out by Takumi – their hands capable of detecting imperfections as small as 0.5 millimetres.
Kiriko is the Japanese art of hand-cutting delicate patterns into glass to produce stunning reflections of light. Having chosen it as ornamentation for the flagship LS, Lexus craftspeople and partners spent 18 months to create panels that paid tribute to the art, yet were robust enough for use in a vehicle – inventing entirely new processes along the way.
Lexus arrived in Canada in 1990, unveiling an entirely new approach to luxury vehicles, and just as important, a revolutionary approach to service – treating customers like a Guest in our home. 30 years later we are still going strong. Looking forward to helping create more amazing experiences in the years to come.
When it came to developing the future of Lexus performance, we started by building from the ground up. Literally. The Shimoyama Test Track needed 3 years and $2 billion to build, taking inspiration from the most impressive and challenging elements of the world’s greatest tracks. An investment that ensures Lexus will continue to epitomize the joy of driving for years to come.
At Lexus, we haven’t just imagined an electrified future. For 15 years, we’ve been crafting one. Whether it’s the LF-30 concept or our current range of Self-Charging Hybrid Electric vehicles, Lexus utilizes electric power to enhance the driving experience. Powerful, efficient and completely free from compromise. This is Lexus Electrified.