L.A. Auto Show Shakedown

Toyota revs up its thrill-seeking experience while Lexus caters to customer demand

November 30, 2017
Talkin' Toyota -- Dan Nied and Toyota Division General Manager Jack Hollis discuss the FT-AC at the
Los Angeles Auto Show.

At the Los Angeles Auto Show this week, both Toyota and Lexus showed off their eagerness to meet customer demands.
For Toyota, it meant introducing an adventurer-friendly concept car called the Future Toyota Concept (or FT-AC), that further signifies the brand’s movement toward heart-pounding excitement.
Meanwhile, Lexus took cues from customers who clamor for the luxury brand to add a third-row option to the wildly popular RX crossover SUV. On the flip side, Lexus announced a two-row option for the LX, another change customers asked for.
Driver’s Seat was there for it all. And, since we had a camera handy, we put this video together for you to make sure you catch all the action at the L.A. Auto Show.
By Dan Nied

Editor's Note: Unfortunately, you can only view the video if you're connected to Toyota's network. Sorry about that. 

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