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Lexus hybrid sales break through the 50 million mark

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Old 01-10-2013, 12:32 AM
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Autoevolution reported, according to U.S. media, as early as in 2005, the Lexus by virtue RX400h for the first time to enter the high-end hybrid market. Soon, because of the models to sell large, Lexus decided to launch a compact car the GS450h. The sales of the model is quite successful. Lexus has launched many models, until today, seven years later, the company announced that sales of its hybrid vehicles exceeded the 500,000 mark.
Of course, one of the best-selling RX400h/450h the end of 2012, the car has sold 259,000 units. Selling degrees, followed by 2011, Lexus launched to break into the high-end hatchback market the CT200h, has cumulative sales reached 122,000 units.
Including the above mentioned GS450h also achieved good results, a total of 32,000 units sold. At the same time, HS250h and ES300h's sales were 56,000 and 8,000. The same hybrid version of the LS flagship model also sold a total of 29,000 units.
 
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