By George Polgar

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The Lexus luxury division of Toyota is facing the inevitable generational shift, as the brand formula of impeccable reliability and comfort has amassed a mostly older audience.

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The good news is that with longer life expectancies, energetic lifestyles and control of a massive $3 trillion in wealth, aging boomers will be buying cars for another decade or more!

For Toyota, a good share of its most recent 6.9 percent sales increase is tied to popular Lexus models like the RX 350 small SUV and the flagship LS luxury sedan.

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Lexus has already committed to the younger skewing fun-to-drive F-Sport series, and pop cultural design cues like the menacing Darth Vader front fascia introduced a few years ago.

And while the well-received IS 350 F-Sport sedans and coupes are not quite as track ready as the $375,000 Lexus LFA, they do fit a lot of the “must haves” of maturing Gen X buyers, especially comfort, convenience and reliability in the $50,000 price range.

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Lexus is vying more for vigorous performance credibility with the hot new 2015 RC F coupe packing a 5.0 liter 467 horsepower V8.