Lexus LF-Z concept vehicle

Hybrid Electric

Traction Battery Recycling Program

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If you own a Lexus Hybrid or Battery Electric Vehicle, you’re likely very committed to building a sustainable future. This is a commitment Lexus shares. When a Hybrid Electric traction battery is properly recycled, 98% of the battery materials are diverted from landfill, and all toxic elements are removed.

In Calendar year 2023, we incentivised Lexus and Toyota customers to recycle 2,674 Hybrid Electric traction batteries, helping to combat resource depletion and minimise waste. We offer two incentives that aim to promote and reinforce effective recycling, accessible via all Lexus Dealers around Australia.

Lexus LF-Z concept vehicle

Hybrid Electric Traction Battery Recycling Program

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Early
Adopters

The RX 400h was the first luxury Hybrid Electric SUV, and the first Hybrid Electric vehicle for Lexus, launched in Australia in 2006.

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ONE STEP
AHEAD

Our Hybrid Electric traction battery recycling process was in place before the launch of the first RX 400h in Australia in 2006.

lower emissions

Future
focused

We want to ensure that in 2024 and beyond our recycling process is as effective as possible.

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