The Lexus LS has been a luxury sedan icon for a full quarter of a century now. Yes, you're getting that old. Hopefully, like the Lexus LS, you're aging gracefully. A nip and a tuck here and there can do wonders, and that's what the 2015 Lexus LS has just received.
It's already been given the corporate Lexus spindle grille, so most of the changes for the latest model year have occurred in the cabin space of the car. Lexus is offering a new multimedia system on the 2015 LS, and it includes a host of items to make your luxurious life a bit more wonderful. Working with the navigation system, the car now features a predictive traffic system that is designed to get you to your destination sooner. It will also point out nearby gas stations once it realizes you're running on fumes.
2015 Lexus LS 460
Still, our favorite member of the LS family is the F Sport variant. It receives a more aggressive front fascia, a Darth Vader-grade blacked-out interior, and a set of 19-inch forged alloy wheels. The sport-tuned air suspension puts the car a bit closer to the ground, while the Torsen limited-slip differential (rear-wheel-drive model only) allows you to paint beautiful, rubber-born 11s all over said ground.
Of course, if you prefer to ride in the back of the car, then you'll probably want to opt for the long-wheelbase LS 600h L. There's a football field of legroom and available power adjustable rear seats. Four-zone climate control also allows everyone in the car to be at their preferred temperature.
2015 Lexus LS 600h L
Sure, the changes to the 2015 Lexus LS are minor, but the car still holds strong in the top-tier luxury sedan space. Still, with the latest Mercedes-Benz S-Class paving the way into the future, it's time for Lexus to seriously step up the car when it's time for a full on generational change.