Lexus has borrowed the TNGA architecture from Toyota along with their hybrid synergy drive to create a crossover hybrid. It’s essentially the same vehicle as the Corolla Hatchback and the CH-R but with more Lexus stuff. If you want a CH-R, love buttons and knobs, and have about $10,000 you want to throw away, consider the UXh.
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We’ve learned, around the What Drives Us HQ that when Jon B. talks, it’s a good idea to listen. His encyclopedic knowledge of vehicles and his constant testing and driving and reviewing of new cars as they come out, means he knows more about what’s on the road than most. So we’re especially excited to post Jon’s latest work, a look inside the newest Corolla.