A big debut from Lexus is just weeks away. The automaker will debut its all-new flagship LS sedan at next month’s Detroit Auto Show. Considering the current generation model has been around 10 years, an overhaul is way overdue.
The only hints we have at the design are from one teaser photo. Lexus promises a bold design and it’s easily recognizable with the aggressive front grill now familiar among Lexus models.
We also know the new LS is will share its all-new GA-L architecture with the LC Coupe. It’s also the recipient of the LC 500’s premium rear-wheel drive platform. We can also expect it to be loaded with technology on the inside.
The LS is really where it all began for the automaker back in 1989 when it introduced the model as the LS 400. It also launched the ES 250 that year.
Oooh, Detroit Auto Show, hurry.