Well, we don’t think so! The only thing that makes this commercial wild is that we were not invited to the party. The Japanese-European inspired commercial highlights the All-New 2015 NX, set to release in late fall of 2014.
Anyhow, we would love know what you think? Feel free to hashtag, comment, repost, retweet, share, and tag your friends to this “too wild for the US” video. #RVALexus #RVALexusTooWildFortheUS #RVALexus2015NX
Look for more information on the All-New 2015 Lexus NX to follow in the coming months! We expect the NX to arrive at Lexus of Richmond December 2014. Stay tuned #RVA.
Congratulations to our 19th Annual Lexus of Richmond Pursuit of Perfection Leadership Award Winner, Molly Breidenbaugh of Trinity Episcopal School! Molly was chosen among 29 other stellar, high school scholar-athlete nominees from the RVA area, throughout the 2012-2013 school year. Molly has a 4.5 GPA at Trinity Episcopal School where she is in the National Beta Club and has been on the Principal’s List all four years. She has been active as a cross country team Captain, Vice President of the Yoga Club, and a member of Key Club, and Battle of the Brains, among others. Molly is an avid runner, having run on the Hanover High and Trinity Track and Cross Country teams and winning the Runner of the Year/ MVP award. She was the State Champion in the Indoor and Outdoor Track 3200 and Richmond Times-Dispatch Athlete of the Month September 2013. In the community, she has volunteered at Memorial Regional Medical Center during her summer breaks and been a Richmond Forum page.
Molly was announced the winner of the Pursuit of Perfection Leadership Award during our scholarship award banquet, Wednesday, May 21, 2014 at The Westin. Fox was there to film the event, along with Wes McElroy from Sports Radio 910, and Steve Adams of Clear Channel Radio.
Congrats to all 30 outstanding student nominees on their academic, athletic and community achievements!
Congratulations to Tommy Mulroy, from Midlothian High School, this week’s nominee for the 2013 – 2014 Lexus Pursuit of Perfection Leadership Award. Tommy is currently ranked #1 in his class of 345! He has a 4.89 GPA and a 2190 SAT score. He is a member of the National Honor Society, National Latin Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta. He has been awarded the National Latin Exam Gold Medal. Tommy is Captain of his school’s Cross Country, Indoor and Outdoor Track teams, and has been named as The Richmond Times Dispatch’s Scholar Athlete of the Month for his outstanding running achievements. In the community, Tommy volunteers his time with the YMCA, Sports Backers, CARITAS and is also a Midlothian High School Latin Tudor.
Tommy has won a dinner for two from Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse and is now in the running for a $10,000 scholarship.
Congratulations to Rachel Ritter, from The Mathematics and Science High School at Clover Hill, this week’s nominee for the 2013 – 2014 Lexus Pursuit of Perfection Leadership Award. Rachel currently has a 4.45 GPA and scored a 1900 on her SATs. She is a member of the National Honor Society, National English Honor Society and National Spanish Honor Society. Rachel was also the 2013 Chip Ellis Scholarship Award Winner. On the field, Rachel is a member of her school’s Varsity Soccer and Field Hockey teams, where she has earned distinctions of 1st Team All-District and All-Conference in Field Hockey. In the community, Rachel spends her time with the Midlothian YMCA, volunteering with the Leaders’ Club, Livestrong at School and Teen Service Day. She has also volunteered in the Maternal Infant Unit at CJW Medical Center.
Rachel has won a dinner for two from Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse and is now in the running for a $10,000 scholarship.
Congratulations to Matt Barnett, from Deep Run High School, this week’s nominee for the 2013 – 2014 Lexus Pursuit of Perfection Leadership Award. Matt is currently ranked 75th in his class of 390 seniors, has a 4.55 GPA and scored a 2100 on his SATs. He is a member of the Center for Information Technology, Math Honor Society and has achieved A/B Academic Honor Roll his entire High School career. On the court, Matt excels as Captain of Deep Run’s Men’s Volleyball Team. He is also a member of the Richmond Volleyball Club National Travel Team. Matt is Head of the Deep Run Marathon Dance Committee, and has helped raise over $244,000 in 2013, which was donated to 12 local non-profit organizations.
Matt has won a dinner for two from Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse and is now in the running for a $10,000 scholarship.
Congratulations to Jessica Krauss, from Mills E. Godwin High School, this week’s nominee for the 2013 – 2014 Lexus Pursuit of Perfection Leadership Award. Jessica is currently ranked 26 in her class of 425 students. She has a 4.67 GPA and a total SAT score of 2230. She is a member of the Science, Math and Technology Center at Mills Godwin, the National Honor Society, the Math and Spanish Honor Societies and the Beta Club. Jessica earned 2nd place in the Chemistry and Physics Division of the Metro Richmond Science Fair. Jessica is a Girl Scout, and devotes her time in the community with BARK, Feed My Starving Children and Anthem LemonAid Stand. She also participated in a Mission Trip to the Eastern Shore with Engage Gayton Baptist Church. Jessica excels on the court in Volleyball, as well as Indoor and Outdoor Track – where she has earned distinctions as Captain, All-District and All-Academic.
Jessica has won a dinner for two from Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse and is now in the running for a $10,000 scholarship.
Congratulations to Caitlin Swecker, from Maggie Walker Governor’s School, this week’s nominee for the 2013 – 2014 Lexus Pursuit of Perfection Leadership Award. Caitlin has a 4.24 GPA and a 1950 SAT score. She is a member of the National, Math, Science, English, ASL and Spanish Honor Societies! Caitlin is a member of the Varsity Volleyball Team (Co-Captain) and is an avid swimmer and horseback rider. She has competed in the Highland County Fall Horse Show for the past 14 years. Caitlin volunteers her time in the community with the Red Cross Club, Stop Hunger Now, Kids Club by YouthWorks and the Birmingham Habitat for Humanity.
Caitlin has won a dinner for two from Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse and is now in the running for a $10,000 scholarship.
Congratulations to Will Kelly, from St. Christopher’s School, this week’s nominee for the 2013 – 2014 Lexus Pursuit of Perfection Leadership Award. Will is in the top 10% of his class, has a 3.9 GPA and an SAT score of 1940. He has been on the Academic Honors List every semester and was awarded the Dartmouth Book Award at St. Christopher’s. Will volunteers his time mentoring Middle School students, and with organizations such as RAMPS and the ASPCA. He is Captain of the St. Christopher’s Wrestling Team, and has won 3 consecutive State Championships and led his team to their 13th consecutive Prep League Championship.
Will has won a dinner for two from Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse and is now in the running for a $10,000 scholarship.
Congratulations to our 24th Lexus Pursuit of Perfection Leadership Award nominee, Hannah Cornman. Hannah has a 4.54 GPA at Cosby High School and is ranked 18th in her graduating class. She was a commended student in the National Merit scholarship program this year and received and has been an American Mensa member during her high school career. Her other academic achievements include Salem college Alumnae Association Book Award Scholarship, Foreign Language student of the year, Beta and National Honor Society club member. Hannah’s extra-curricular activities include Junior and Senior Advisory Council, Yearbook staff, Key club, LeadAmerica Leadership University at George Washington University and shadowing Dr. Thomas Loughran who is a VCU Sports Medicine Orthopedist. Her athletics include varsity soccer, varsity basketball, Richmond Kickers Elite travel team and Virginia Olympic Development Program. Hannah enjoys giving back to her community by working with the Woodlake Environmental Committee, Tri-City Work Camp and other volunteer opportunities through the Richmond Kickers soccer club.
As a finalist, she has received a Dinner for Two and an opportunity to compete for the $10,000 scholarship.
If you bring your vehicle in for service and drive a 2014 IS, CT, or GX while your vehicle is serviced at Lexus of Richmond, one of the first things you will likely notice is the technology. Named Generation 8 in Lexus vehicles, this generation of technology boasts new features that haven’t existed in previous generations of Lexus vehicles. A few of these features are the ability to select how many “favorites” for phone contacts you would like, from 6-36, customizing the location of apps on the AppSuite, a 3-dimensional map that includes life-like, true to appearance buildings in major cities, and advanced voice recognition, which means you can speak using full sentences instead of abbreviated commands. The Generation 8 technology is bound to make your modern life easier and we think will make your modern life simpler, easier, & more fun. Take a look at it in one of the vehicles the next time you are in Lexus of Richmond.