Today the European Automobile Manufacturers Association (EA) published a list of the most popular cars in the world.
The list was compiled by the company that owns and operates the website for the European Auto Show in Milan, Italy.
You may have noticed that the list is not all-encompassing.
In particular, a few cars are on the list that were excluded for being too expensive, too hard to find or not selling.
However, there is one car that makes the cut.
Lexus has won the honour of being the most expensive car in Europe, according to the list, which was compiled in response to the launch of the Lexus ES 350.
“The Lexus LS350 is a great car, and it’s a car we think everyone in Europe would want,” said Philip Ewert, head of sales and marketing at Lexus.
It’s also the best selling car in the list of 50 best cars, which is set to be released on January 22.
The Lexuses ES 350 was unveiled in London earlier this month, and has been hailed as a “flagship” for the Japanese carmaker.
Ewert also revealed that the new Lexus GS is the best-selling car in its class, with a sales volume of over 6 million units.
A Lexus GLE 500, which cost $70,000 in 2014, sold for $75,000 this year.
This is the first time that a Japanese car has won this prestigious award.
The previous record holder was the Toyota Supra, which sold for £73,000 and was only made available in Japan.
When it was unveiled, the new Mercedes-Benz CLA 190 was the top-selling luxury car in North America.
It sold more than 12 million units in 2016.
There are five other European manufacturers in the top 10, including Audi, BMW, Mercedes-AMG, Mercedes, Porsche and Volvo.