Lexus has announced the all-new, fifth-generation LS flagship sedan will make its world debut at the 2017 North American International Auto Show next month.
The introduction of the LS 400 in 1989 in Detroit made automotive history as a world-class car for the United States.
Not only did the vehicle make its mark by offering the drive performance, quietness, and luxury that consumers expected from a premium vehicle, but its unveiling also heralded the birth of the Lexus brand.
Now, 28 years later, the all-new LS sedan will be a world-class car for more than 90 countries around the globe, boasting a bold new look with a coupe-like silhouette. Built on the company’s all-new global architecture for luxury vehicles (GA–L), the premium rear-wheel drive platform—an extended version of that used in the LC 500—will offer a more dynamic experience on the road.
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Inside the spacious cabin, luxurious appointments and visionary technology will provide drivers with the luxury experience they expect from a global flagship sedan.
Lexus launched in 1989 with two luxury sedans and a commitment to pursue perfection.
Since that time, Lexus has expanded its line-up to meet the needs of global luxury customers.
Lexus is now going beyond its reputation for high quality vehicles with the integration of innovative technology, emotional exterior and interior designs, and engaging driving dynamics and performance.
With five models incorporating Lexus Hybrid Drive, Lexus is the luxury hybrid leader. Lexus also offers seven F Sport models and two F performance models.