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

Lexus will continue to "modernise" the petrol engine.
Lexus will continue to "modernise" the petrol engine.PHOTO: LEXUS

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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