If you’re looking to renew your insurance, you might be facing higher costs than usual. But why is this, especially when you haven’t claimed on your insurance? We explore the factors that are potentially leading to rising car insurance premiums in 2023 and 2024.
Are insurance premiums really rising?
According to ABI, insurance premiums are indeed up year on year, and they’ve been rising steadily over the last few quarters.
The study shows that, in Q4 2022, the average price paid on r
The LBX Morizo RR Concept makes its world debut today at the Tokyo Auto Salon, a reinterpretation of Lexus’s all-new compact crossover as a high-performance model that’s focused on driver engagement and rewards. At the same time, the concept preserves the essential high-quality driving experience and sophisticated design that are intrinsic to the brand
Adding another dimension to the LBX’s convention-breaking character, the concept model has been created with direct input from Toyota Motor
Lexus enjoyed a record-breaking 2023 with its new car sales volume increasing by almost 50 per cent on the previous year’s total. The strong performance confirms it as one of the fastest-growing brands in a premium car market that overall grew by a more modest 13.6 per cent.
The calendar year saw Lexus deliver 15,963 new vehicle sales, compared to 10,675 in 2022, establishing a new record for the company’s sales volume and premium market share.
Electrified vehicles – hybrid electric, p
For the thousands of motorists driving home for Christmas this week, Lexus has curated a list of attractions where drivers of a Battery or plug-in hybrid electric vehicle, can recharge their car and enjoy a festive break en route.
The locations include dazzling light displays, enchanting Christmas trails, and bustling markets, chosen for their focus on design and craftsmanship, which is a central feature of all Lexus cars. They are also strategically placed a few miles from major roads and
Lexus has set out its strategy for a new generation of all-electric vehicles, applying design principles and new technologies that will change the future of cars. At its annual Kenshiki forum in Brussels, the company gave a deeper insight into its roadmap for becoming a 100% Battery electric vehicle (BEV) brand globally by 2035, and even earlier in Europe, by 2030 if market conditions allow
Pascal Ruch, Vice-President, Lexus Europe and Value Chain, said: “Lexus has been a technology pioneer