In 2005, Lexus launched the RX 400h hybrid with the goal of changing the face of luxury automotive. Sixteen years later, Lexus is still one of the world’s leaders in going green, reaching a major milestone of 2 million electrified vehicle sales.
With more than 2 million hybrid and electric vehicles sold around the world, Lexus has helped reduce CO2 emissions by an estimated 19 million tons. That’s roughly equivalent to 300,000 cars every year for 15 years.
But Lexus is far from done. Today, there are nine electrified vehicles in the Lexus portfolio worldwide—including UX 250h, RX 450h, and LC 500h. That number will only continue to grow over the next several years as part of the Lexus Electrified plan. In addition to using clean energy in manufacturing to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050, Lexus will launch 10 new or significantly improved hybrids, plug-in hybrids, and electric vehicles by 2025.
If you want to be part of the brand’s next 2 million electrified vehicle sales, stop into Jordan Lexus of Mishawaka in Mishawaka, Indiana, and check out our great selection of hybrid vehicles.