Despite the fact that Lexus have been keeping a lid on driving impressions for their 5th generation LS, a few lucky people managed to give us a heads up on what we can expect when the car is stationary.
Apparently, there’s an embargo for driving impressions set for next week, so if you’re curious to know how this car compares to the likes of the Mercedes S-Class, BMW 7-Series and Audi A8 on the road, be on the lookout September 28th.
If you want to know everything else about the car that doesn’t involve driving characteristics, the guys from TFLcar got you covered with their Top 5 unexpected surprises when it comes to the LS 500.
While we’ll let you find out for yourselves what those are, we will say that the all-new LS appears to be just as luxurious as Lexus said it was back in January, during its unveiling at the 2017 Detroit Auto Show.
Its bold appearance and extremely generous proportions looks great on video, although tech features like the display graphics don’t appear as sharp as they do on the latest A8. Since Lexus know their customers really well, they decided to fit the all-new LS with a CD player, which isn’t nearly as strange as the fact that you don’t get Apple CarPlay nor Android Auto connectivity.