Lexus reveals that they will be unveiling an all-new LS at the 2017 North American International Auto Show in January. The Japanese marque’s 5th generation flagship sedan will have a bold new look and coupe-like silhouette.
Looking at the teaser photo released by Lexus, it seems that the LS will have a long hood and inherit the brand’s signature mesh front grille. It is also said that the LS will be sharing platform with the LC and will be an “extended version of the company's all-new global architecture for luxury vehicles (GA-L) premium rear-wheel drive platform.”
As a review, the LS was initially introduced in 1989, which commenced the birth of the Lexus brand. It offered drive performance, quietness, and luxury that’s at par with its rivals during that time.
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