- Lexus is present in Valencia as the Official Vehicle of the competition, for the fourth time.
- Valencia is one of the four venues for the Group Stage held from 12 to 17 September.
- Lexus Electrified will play a leading role in mobility at one of the world's most exciting sporting events.
In this 2023 edition, Lexus, along with the ITF (International Tennis Federation), join together in the celebration of the Men's Tennis World Cup 2023.
Lexus, as the Official Vehicle of the 2023 Davis Cup Finals, is present in Valencia as one of the four venues of the Group Stage that will be held in several of the main European cities.
The brand, responsible for the transportation of players and teams from the participating countries, supports Valencia as the venue, placing emphasis this time on its iconic model Lexus UX, a vehicle with a sporty silhouette that starts with a bold front featuring its majestic grille, characteristic of Lexus, leading to an impressive-looking rear design.
This edition will feature the entire Lexus Electrified range, the New RX, the NX plug-in hybrid, the New RZ 100% electric, and the UX hybrid, all of which will have a prominent place in the tournament.
There's a genuine connection between Lexus and the Davis Cup, with clients and fans seeking luxurious and unforgettable experiences. With a strong emphasis on "Lexus Electrified", the partnership with the Davis Cup celebrates the synergy between the energy of one of the world's most thrilling tennis tournaments and the thrill of driving a luxurious electric or hybrid Lexus model.
The International Tennis Federation (ITF) is the global governing body for tennis. Founded in 1913, its purpose is to ensure the sport's long-term growth and sustainability, developing tennis for future generations in association with its 213 National Member Associations. The ITF oversees rules and regulations governing international and national competition. The ITF is responsible for global tennis development through its prestigious Global Development Programme. Moreover, its Science and Technical department oversees materials and technology, and its Officiating department oversees referee training and development. The ITF organises up to 1,850 men's, women's, and junior tournaments on the ITF World Tennis Tour and manages the ITF youth team competitions, the ITF Beach Tennis World Tour, the UNIQLO Wheelchair Tennis Tour, and the ITF World Tennis Masters Tour. The ITF owns and holds the rights for the Men's and Women's World Tennis Cup, the Davis Cup, and the Billie Jean King Cup by Gainbridge, the two biggest annual international tennis team competitions. The ITF administers the Olympic Tennis Event on behalf of the IOC and the Paralympic Tennis Event on behalf of the IPC, and the Qualifying stages for both events in the Games.
About the Davis Cup
The Davis Cup began in 1900 as a competition between the United States and Great Britain. It is now the world's largest annual international team competition in the sport, with a record of 155 nations registered in 2023.