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It used to be that to succeed as a luxury car brand you needed decades of motoring heritage behind you. Well, Toyota proved everybody wrong when it launched its own high-end marque back in the 80s. Now one of the most successful luxury brands on the planet, it's only gone and conquered the US market too.

After endless top-secret meetings at Toyota HQ, Lexus first launched in 1989. Borne out of a hush-hush flagship sedan project, given the codename F1, which began in 1983, it culminated in the first Lexus LS in 1989. Launched in the US, this was Toyota's attempt to woo the American and western markets with sheer refinement, precision engineering, and ergonomic perfection - and it worked.

It took 24 engineering teams, a few thousands employees working on 450 prototypes, and a research and development cost of a mere $1 billion, but, it worked. Another reason for the brand's success is that it was totally unique. Toyota had tried, but failed, to break this market before with the Acura, but using rebadged Hondas it just wasn't going to cut it. Within its first few years in the states, Lexus had become the top-selling luxury brand in the country.

Focusing on quality above all else, Lexus has developed some of the most luxurious car interiors on the market. Even its steering wheels are something special. The steering wheel on the LS, for example, features the Shimamoku wheel, which is made from ultra thin layers of black and grey striped wood. Producing it involves 67 manufacturing steps and 38 days' work. With Lexus, the devil is in the detail.

Since the hugely successful LS, Lexus has added convertible, SUV, coupe and sedan models to its marque, as well as its own luxury hybrids from 2005 onwards. Now sold globally, Lexus has become Japan's largest-selling make of premium cars. You'll find these super-motors for sale in over 70s countries now, taking Lexus into the top ten largest Japanese global brands by market value.

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Lexus LS

To get this car's design just right, Lexus rented a house in Laguna Beach, LA, to eobserve' its target market at close quarters. All that spying did us all a favour because the original Lexus super-car is a dream vehicle in anyone's book, whether you live in Laguna Beach or LLandudno. This huge four-door luxury saloon doesn't come cheap, but what you get is a meaty V8 petrol engine - a hybrid version too if you like - more standard equipment than you could possibly imagine, comfort, reliability - but it's not cheap to run.

Lexus IS-F

Described in the motoring press as a true game-changer, the IS-F arrived to strike fear into the likes of the BMW 3 and Audi RS4. An updated, retuned version of the already successful IS, this is the best-handling car Lexus has produced, bar none. A super-saloon powered by a thirsty 5.0-litre V8, it's a car that'll get you noticed for that wild engine roar if not for its stunningly tough good looks. 24mpg isn't going to win you any friends in the Green Party, but if you don't mind splashing out every week at the petrol pumps this drive is sheer heaven.

Lexus RC-F Coupe

If your regular ol' Lexus saloon isn't bagging you enough attention on the roads, how about a top-down version? As you'd expect, the build quality here is superb, and this coupe feels genuinely unbreakable. Handling and as-standard equipment just can't be faulted. That huge 471bhp 5.0-litre V8 will guzzle petrol, but it'll also deliver 0-62mph in 4.5 seconds and reach a top speed of 168mph. It's a four-seater to be reckoned with, but those rear seats do feel a little cramped.

Lexus NX

Adding another string to its diverse bow, Lexus gives us this compact SUV. Designed to rival the likes of the Audi Q5 and BMW X3. This is a really striking car, bold in its styling, but adding real practicality and comfort to the mix with its massive boot, low CO2 emissions, hybrid option and ultra-comfort. Just don't hold your breath waiting for a diesel version. It's petrol-only here, and with Lexus firmly committed to a hybrid future that cheaper-to-run diesel option just isn't going to happen.

Lexus CT

At the more affordable end of the Lexus spectrum, this is their hatchback offering. A five-door premium hatch that's taking aim at the BMW 1 Series and the Audi A3, it also features the same hybrid motor as you'll find in the Prius. It's a classy interior, although a little noisy, but its low emissions - an impressive 78.5mpg on the entry-level model - translate to lower road tax and running costs, which is a nice bonus.

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