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Lexus LS (Japan, 2006-present)

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2012 Updates


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2012 Updates

In 2012 the LS received a new front and a mildly updated rear. The model lineup is the LS460LS 460Lexus LS 460Japan, 2013 > present6 photos
, LS460 LLS 460 LLexus LS 460 LJapan, 2013 > present3 photos
, LS600h LLS 600hLexus LS 600hJapan, 2013 > present9 photos
and LS460 F SportLS 460 F SportLexus LS 460 F SportJapan, 2013 > present2 photos
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The biggest changes to the updated LS are the addition of the spindle grill up front. Lexus says it has also increased rigidity, a retuned suspension, sharper steering and all LED interior lighting. It has also added an automatic braking system that works below 24mph. The interior gets a new 12.3in navigation and infotainment screen.

Lexus has not updated the engines in any of the updated LS models, but it has added a new model - the F Sport. The LS460 F Sport has a more aggressive front end with Lexus' new 'L' monogram on the grill and fog light surrounds. The grill has larger air openings and is offered in an exclusive color - Ultra White. Inside, the F Sport gets sport bucket seats, leather-wrapped steering wheel and a black Alcantara headliner. Mechanically, the F Sport gets a tuned version of the rear air suspension from the standard car, a limited-slip rear differential, Brembo six-piston brakes, 19in forged wheels.



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