Toyota Motor Corp (TMC) has said it has a "good chance" of selling a record number of luxury Lexus vehicles this year, as a weaker yen adds to the brand's allure globally and in its biggest market the US, Reuters has reported. Toyota sold a record 518,200 Lexus vehicles worldwide in 2007. Asked if the company can top that, Mark Templin, executive vice president of Lexus International, said: "There is a good chance of that this year." "Lexus can be a vital contributor to TMC's overall profitability. We have a business plan to make it that," he said.