This looks like the lovechild of an Acura RL and a BMW 5-series. And it lacks any road presence to boot. Not what I expected from a flagship.
The only good thing is those rims!
Gosh how unoriginal can you get??? Keep it up toyota... you're one step closer to making toasters on wheels.
First they stole from MB for the LS now they're copying VW Phaeton...
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It's better than the current one, but now all three sedans look really close, I mean this is closer than the BMW sister cars. This is supposed to be L-Finesse? more like L-ack of Originality.
A toaster on wheels would be pretty cool actually. Mobile toast? Rock.Originally Posted by mgescuro
I think it looks handsome, liek the same way the impala looks good. But I dont thimk they would of taken a big risk on this anyways
I like it. Its a very simple, yet classy design with great attention to detail. The chrome work carried throughout the design is really nice. Its mature looking with a touch of aggressiveness that I like. While the new S-class looks like crap, the 7-series severely tanking in the looks department, this new LS is passing them both. The Audi A8 looks just as good as this.
Can't wait to see interior pics. I'm sure Lexus will pull out the big guns for the interior.
Could be a safety hazard; I can allready see the lawsuits for burns. Plus, I doubt they could put airbags in it withoutem popping.Originally Posted by mgescuro
It's definitely an improvement from the current model. The rims look nice and the overall shape looks good. I think it looks better than the 7-Series.
This looks great. Sure it might look similar to the IS, but they both look good. In the front you can see some past-gen resemblence, but the rest looks cool.
Awaiting to see the hybrid model.
I agree with every point. Even though this is a "concept" car, I think Lexus hit every objective it needed to in remodeling its flagship sedan. Like you said, it is elegant, classy, yet has a touch of sport.Originally Posted by magneto112
I love the back end compared to the front, but I think overall, if Lexus can keep the car close to this, the new LS will be a hard car to beat. The new S-class and 7 series do not do it for me at all, and the Audi A8 is just there.
it spec is a V8 with Hyrbid, and AWD
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