A staple of the Lexus lineup since 1999, the automaker plans to reveal the fourth-generation model of the compact luxury sedan, which will set its sights on the cars like the Mercedes C-Class, the BMW 3 Series, and the Audi A4. There's no word on what will be powering the car but what we do know is that it will continue to be rear-wheel-drive like previous generations and from the looks of the teaser, expect it to receive a number of design elements from newer models like the ES sedan and the UX crossover. And here's hoping we also see a high-performance IS-F replacement too.
Lexus unveils the V8-powered IS 500 F Sport Performance
The car is the first model in the F Sport Performance line.