Lexus’s flagship is said to be no longer raised by its cheap showroom-mates with technological twists.
Japanese outlet Creative tendencies Sound report from dealer source Lexus LS Japan will get a range of updates this year with the expected October 2022 launch.
Most notably, the current car’s older infotainment system will be replaced with an updated UX and a new system featuring the new NX and LX.
In addition to a new look, the new Lexus interface has more support for over-the-air updates and voice prompts.
It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. The current LS has a 12.3-inch screen, but a larger 14-inch unit will be available on the new NX.
The LS will be the next Lexus to give the multi-distorted remote touch trackpad a hew-ho.
It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. The updated 2023 UX now has its heated and ventilated seats and heated steering wheel controls in place, and the updated ES is expected to follow suit.
Lexus is said to be upgrading the LS’s surround-view camera system with a transparent view and a “front wide view system”.
As part of the range of updates for 2021, Lexus tweaked LS’s suspension to improve ride quality.
Lexus engineers have reportedly improved the quality of the ride by updating the “rear suspension member mounting part”. Creative tendencies Report
The report does not mention any cosmetic changes outside of Lexus’s latest badge update.
While the LS will not replace the L symbol on the back with a space-out Lexus sound symbol like the new NX and LX, it is reported to lose the Lexus sound symbol under the boot-lid.
Like other Lexus model updates, the LS500h and its badges will lose blue highlighting and eliminate side skirt-mounted hybrid badges.
Like everything else in this fairly low-volume segment, the LS lives in the shadow of its Mercedes-Benz S-Class rival in Australia.
Completely redesigned, the S-Class has sold 74 units a year. Lexus has sold eight LS sedans this year, lineball with the soon-to-be-updated Audi A8 but behind the BMW 7 Series (23) and Porsche Panamera (21).
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