Lexus - The Relentless Pursuit
de Chester Dawson (Auteur)
In the 1980s, German brands BMW and Mercedes-Benz dominated the luxury car market and had little reason to fear competition from Japan. But in 1989, Toyota entered the market with the Lexus LS 400, a car that could compete with the Germans in every category but price - it was US$30,000 cheaper.
Within two years, Lexus had overtaken Mercedes-Benz in the United States and made a stunning success of Toyota's brave foray into the global luxury market.
"Lexus: The Relentless Pursuit" reveals why Toyota decided to take on the German automakers and how the new brand won praise and success for its unparalleled quality, unforgettable advertising, and unprecedented customer service.
From the first boardroom planning session to Lexus's entry into the mega-luxury supercar market, this is the complete and compelling story of one of the world's most admired brands.
|Présentation :||320 pages, 23 x 15.5 x 2.7 cm, broché|
|Illustration :||illustrations (presque entièrement et couleurs)|
|Editeur :||John Wiley and Sons Ltd (GB, 2011)|