Lexus unveils second full EV, but says it will still use petrol engines for decades to come

SINGAPORE – Lexus has no plans to do away with combustion engines in the coming decades even as the Toyota luxury arm says it will launch about 10 electrified models by 2025.

A number of these will be petrol-electric hybrids and plug-in hybrids – all of which will still employ combustion engines – but at least one will be a full electric vehicle (EV) based on the LF-Z concept car it unveiled at a virtual press event on Monday (March 29).

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