Speaking with WardsAuto, Lexus Group Vice President Jeff Bracken reportedly said the Japanese carmaker will have "at least one, if not two" new models on the stands in Detroit.
Mr Bracken didn’t offer up any clues as to what the new model(s) might be, but the next generation RX is expected to be one of them.
Further reports this month support the RX’s impending debut, with US Lexus dealers said to be furious when the carmaker shifted focus to a future production version of the LF-C2 convertible concept (the likely RC convertible).
Lexus is therefore reportedly back-on-track with its RX SUV debut, and dealers are now pushing for a three-row, seven-seat version.
The RX could be unveiled at the January show as a 2016 model, with production and first deliveries beginning late next year.
Lexus fans will be hoping that the second new model unveiled in Detroit is the long-rumoured GS F, spied testing last month.
As nothing more than a coincidence, the NSW Police in Australia recently added an RX and a GS to its fleet of PR vehicles (pictured above).
The Lexus brand is on the up in the US, with Mr Bracken reportedly revealing he is confident of breaking through the 300,000 sales-barrier by year’s end for the first time since 2007.
Despite needing 55,962 sales since the end of October, Mr Bracken said December was traditionally “the best month of the year” for Lexus and sales could be as high as 305,000 before New Year’s Eve.
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