2019 Lexus ES: First Official Photos And Everything Else We Know

There is change on the horizon for the Lexus range. Buyers are flocking to SUV’s and two of their mid-size luxury saloons are fighting against each other in the showroom. Unfortunately for RWD fans, the sportier GS is getting trounced in sales by the front wheel drive ES.

As a result, the GS is rumored to meet the chopping block, with the ES taking over as the luxury automaker’s sole mid-size sedan. So what will the next-generation ES look like? Let’s investigate further.

L(S)-finesse styling is coming

The current ES was never really much of a looker; its general appearance is rather subdued in comparison to other models in the Lexus lineup – or perhaps that’s why it sells so well? 2019 sharpens the pencil, with slinkier lines, more aggressive grilles and better proportions that seem to mimic the latest LS luxury sedan.

As you can see in the official teaser, headlights have interesting jagged outlines, whilst the grille will be offered in waterfall with vertical slats or mesh patterns for sportier versions (we could see F-Sport models coming to the range), as depicted in our render. Thick chrome makes the belt-line stand out near the c-pillar and sleek, horizontal taillights finish off the rear.

Under the skin with TNGA

No, TNGA is not some miss-abbreviated Mexican dish; it’s Toyota’s new global architecture that underpins almost everything from C-HR, Prius, Camry, plus new Avalon and Corolla models – just to name a few.

For the ES, this means it’ll share the same platform that sits beneath the new Avalon with a similar wheelbase, something that bodes well with significant strides in rear occupant space, dynamic prowess, ride quality and safety.

Familiar powertrains

The 3.5-liter V-6 is expected to continue as an entry point into the ES range, upgraded to around 300-horsepower and mated to an eight-speed automatic replacing the outgoing six-speed. Power will still be fed to the front wheels; although with the GS said to disappear, an all-wheel drive option should appease those who’ll miss the latter’s rear-wheel drive setup.

Hybrid fans will also be pleased that a four-cylinder gasoline -electric powertrain will make a return, most likely with the same output and fuel economy range specs as the 2018 Camry.

Luxury and near-luxury rivals

The 2019 ES will be the freshest kid on the block when it arrives later this year. It remains to be seen if its sleek new attire can win over some buyers cross-shopping between Volvo S90, BMW 5-Series, Lincoln Continental, Jaguar XF, Audi A6 and the Mercedes-Benz E Class.

As a sign to Lexus’ more global aspirations, the new Lexus ES has been confirmed for a world premiere at the Beijing Auto Show, otherwise known as Auto China 2018, that starts on April 25.

*Update: Lexus dropped the first official images and a trailer of the 2019 ES, without providing any other details

 

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Photo Renderings Copyright Carscoops / Josh Byrnes

  • Andrewthecarguy

    Terrible decision, but I get it.
    The ES has always been a tarted up Camry, so naturally the ES will won over the GS since the Camry is not going away anytime soon.
    The praises journos were heaping on the GS-F was not enough to save it I guess, Lexus was on to something and now they will destroy it.
    That said, Lexus better adopt AUDI’s fwd/awd ideology, otherwise the fwd only ES will NOT compete well with the Mercs and Bimmers of the mid-size world.

    • Rocket

      Actually, the current ES is a tarted up Avalon, which puts it right on top of the GS in terms of size. But you’re right … they’ll lose some performance cred for sure if the GS goes away.

      • PhilMcGraw

        I wish they would keep the GS-F, maybe have it as a performance car instead of offering other trims. Manufacturers can cut down on costs by only offering certain trims and features. So, they could do like they did with the CH-R in the U.S.: offer two grades of the same model with the same engine. One would be the cheaper “base” and the other would be fully loaded. Could even throw a middle third one in there.

        • Rocket

          It’s always sad to see a RWD model discontinued, but the simple fact is the GS doesn’t sell. Year to date thru August, they haven’t even sold 5,000 units here in the U.S. Even at the end of the product cycle, the ES sells at 7 times that rate. It’s my personal opinion that the controversial styling hurts them more in this segment. For the most part, I don’t think ES owners buy their cars for the looks, so the Predator face is less of a turnoff. But enthusiast, especially the kind that are shopping against an E-Class, A6 or 5-Series, absolutely care about styling. Car guys/gals take pride in our rides.

          • gshemant

            Agree 100 percent with the styling. Prob the ugliest design in their lineup other than the NX. Shame too since the pre-refresh one was very handsome.

          • Dee T

            Your absolutely right, the Pre-facelited model was a good looking car, but they totally fucked it up with the refresh.

          • Marty

            You don’t have to be an enthusiast to avoid cars that look like they crashed. 🙂

          • Marc Gruben

            You don’t have to be an enthusiast to avoid cars that look like they need to be crashed. Fixed it for you

      • Darnell Council

        You’re right GS means performance

      • Merc1

        They’re all the same platform so it really doesn’t matter. It’s still not enough car to challenge the CTS/E/A6/5-Series etc.

        M

  • Six_Tymes

    great design work, this style finally looks more integrated. Hello Lexus, make it look this way and you’ll sell more.

  • Rocket

    I love a good rendering, but why do you insist on exaggerating the details? The ES has already been spotted in camo, and the stance is not this aggressive. No ES is ever going to have the rear fender riding tight against the tire, or with such a wide rear track. Observe:

    https://hips.hearstapps.com/amv-prod-cad-assets.s3.amazonaws.com/images/17q3/685272/2019-lexus-es-spied-news-car-and-driver-photo-687672-s-original.jpg?crop=1xw:1xh;center,center&resize=900:*

    https://3.bp.blogspot.com/-xI2520lld6g/WcZwRSDoIqI/AAAAAAASg9s/PqcHsdO-7XQY-_aXQCHVhWdAmAgkt5qPACLcBGAs/s1600/Carscoops-2019-Lexus-ES-1.jpg

    • baofe

      You do know these renders are fake almost 100% of the time. They are to showcase a rough estimate of what the shapes and styling elements will look like albiet making it look more concept like. No one here is picking off every detail like the rear wheel gap and expecting that to be in the final product.

      • Rocket

        Of course I realize they’re fake. That’s what a rendering is. In this case the artist obviously started with an existing spy shot – probably the one above – then deliberately exaggerated the stance. But those little details make a big difference in the finished product.

    • enthusia

      I think its an accurate rendering overall. They obviously used that spy shot for the base of the rendering. I think whoever made this had in mind a sporty ES that could take the GS’ place in this segment, an ES-F. Wishful thinking I guess.

      • TTT

        I was told recently by a Lexus Dealer salesman, a ES350 F sport will be coming out later this year.

    • Darnell Council

      GS means performance rear wheel drive performance. Not an front wheel drive ES. You’re right the ES will never be an GS. SMH

  • Mike Moshevich

    No self respecting auto enthusiast will go for a beautified Camry or Avalon. So Lexus will no longer compete in mid size sport sedan category. IS is really too small and too heavy to successfully compete with C class MB and 3 series Bummer, so it only leaves LS in sedans. Too bad…

    • no25

      The IS competes fine within its class and has outperformed the 3 Series in many tests, but you’re probably “too good” to do actual research, right? lmao

      • SteersUright

        No, it does not. The IS was great when it came out, how many year ago though? Its long in the tooth, has a dated interior and an inferior powertrain and at its best equipment levels can’t touch a M340i, C43, A4. And there is no version of it that offers any kind of an answer to a C63, M3, S4, etc. I like the IS350, but I would never suggest it is class-leading nor even all that competitive anymore.

        • no25

          I never said it was class leading sweetheart. I said it competes fine with its competitors. Yes, it is old now, but so is the BMW 3 series. Have you seen its interior? Same as any old or current BMW’s. Once again, if you do actual research you would learn that it does fine against the competition. But people like you speak out of your ass with nonsense. Now stop trolling.

          • SteersUright

            Listen babycakes, “competes fine” according to who? The poor sales figures or comparison reviews it keeps losing nowadays? Shall we go by a sad little commentor who thinks he will be taken more seriously by using the T-word? BMW has nothing to prove with the 3-series, they’ve won the sport sedan argument decades ago. Sure its bigger than some prefer, older, and due for replacement. Yet it still offers enough versions to suit many different buyers and from the base 320i/328i to the 340i to the top level M3/M4, it utterly destroys nearly all of its competition, despite hardly being my personal favorite. I admire Lexus quality and at the same time will call them out when they rest on their laurels.

      • Nikolovski Nikolce Nidžo

        Yes and no. There isn’t any car in the segment that has better ride quality than IS and better design. But it’s 4-5 years to old by now.

        • SteersUright

          Not arguing with you since its so subjective, but the IS350 F-sport I was given for a week when my GS350 was in service, rode like crap. It crashed over bumps and had excessive road noise. It caught me by surprise, since I thought the 335i I had before was rough, but the IS350 was probably just about the same.

          • JL T0x

            Sporty or sport-oriented tuned suspensions are perceived like that for people who really prefer the softer floating-carpet-like ride comfort. Yes, the IS-Fsport is supposed to have a rougher ride – the suspension is hugging the road as much as possible. Just like the 335i, that’s the more sport-oriented 3-er trim. Both those cars probably have some pretty descent handling too.

          • SteersUright

            The GS350 F Sport with its better ride handily took care of my prior 335 M sport in the handling department thanks to a far more sophisticated and simple better suspension setup.
            Credit where its due, thanks to runflat tires and 2 inches of suspension travel, BMW’s simply do not ride well.

          • Finkployd

            To be fair the f-sport models have a stiffer suspension and low profile tires

          • SteersUright

            Yes, you are correct. I was saying the same, that it didn’t ride very well and I understand thats likely part of the reason.
            The thing is, when a manufacturer wants, they can develop sports or sporty cars that both ride well and handle amazing. Look at all the reviews about McLaren and their disengaging sway bars (clearly another price category but just to illustrate it is possible). Lexus, with the GS, actually reminded me of BMW’s from the 1990’s which did just that, they rode like luxury cars for the most part but danced circles around that era’s MB’s, Audi’s, and Lexus cars.

        • bd0007

          LOL!

          Most of the other cars in the segment have a better ride quality and design; not to mention the IS being outclassed when it comes to the powertrain dept.

    • gor134

      Lexus ES isn’t supposed to appeal to Auto enthusiasts anyways.

      • SteersUright

        They just suggested that an AWD version might fill the gap left by the departing GS. The GS was an enthusiast’s sedan with rear drive, rear steering, 4piston calipers with 2 piece rotor brakes, etc. Therefore, yes, some variant of the all new ES might actually now begin to target enthusiast’s (sadly) when Lexus should actually offer another rear-drive chassis rather than being cheap and lazy.

    • LWOAP

      As if you are an authority on the behavior and/or preferences of auto enthusiasts. They’ll go with whatever appeals to them. Just because it’s not up to your standards doesn’t mean they don’t have any self respect. Come on now.

      • SteersUright

        Why are you attacking him when his point is very valid? Are you the authority on auto enthusiasts who has done extensive research and can thus empirically confirm that “they’ll go with whatever appeals to them”? Enthusiasts are a well studied, albeit small, group of automotive fans who veer more towards the sporty spectrum. Making cars that appeal to enthusiasts (as most journalists are), is a marketing move used tactically by the major brands in order to generate excitement, garner good publicity, and get eyeballs in the showroom. Cars like Vipers only sell in very small numbers but they get curious “enthusiasts” into showrooms upon which they might stumble into a much more humble Dodge Charger lease. Lexus is abandoning the small, sport sedan segment and in doing so its also abandoning many enthusiasts. It may prove to be a smart move, but certainly not an exciting one for us, ahem, “enthusiasts”.

        • LWOAP

          Am I an authority? No, I am not but the fact remains the same, saying “no self respecting car enthusiast” would do that just stinks of the no true Scotsman fallacy. And furthermore, his point isn’t valid, it’s just fallacious reasoning.

        • gor134

          Lexus hasn’t abandoned the small sports sedan segment at all. They have the IS. The GS is far from being small.

          • SteersUright

            I never meant “small”. I personally like the looks of the IS but think it drives just awful. I had one for a week as a loaner when the GS was in service and it was loud, rough, felt like a cheap interior, cramped, slow, terrible infotainment system, cramped back seat, etc. Other than a cheap lease or for Lexus reliability, I don’t see how anyone would choose it over the competition. The GS, on the other hand, was awesome and I preferred to all the other midsizers I test drove (A6c 535i, Eclass) despite its power disadvantage.

        • no25

          lol you’re the one who is attacking everyone because you hate Lexus so much, so you feel the need to troll on every comment.

          • SteersUright

            Can you read well? Did Daddy just take away your Xbox and make you mad at everyone? I concluded my last comment with, “The GS, on the other hand, was awesome and I preferred to all the other midsizers I test drove (A6c 535i, Eclass) despite its power disadvantage.” I love Lexus and admire Toyota for many reason I dont see fit to explain to you. I also find the ES to be a phenomenal vehicle for most, just not enthusiasts, which is who the GS targeted. Toyota/Lexus reliability/quality is admirable and unmatched by all except Honda/Acura. That doesn’t mean they do not take missteps from time to time and us enthusiasts won’t grumble about them in the comments section when they do. Now calm down, have a cocoa, and get back to your Xbox.

    • Research Janitor

      I see a lot of “auto enthusiasts” next to me, when we are doing 10 mph on the highway on our way to work.

  • Aquaflex

    The only thing Lexus makes good is the LC 500 but it still lacks apple CarPlay and android auto!

    • Honda NSX-R

      The lack of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto in the LC 500 doesn’t bother me personally.

      • alexxx

        Nobody is bothered🙂

    • SteersUright

      Agreed. Lexus’ delay in implementing those far superior infotainment platforms is exceptionally frustrating for fans of this brand. Infotainment is huge and a system that works well with crisp resolution and minimal frustration helps sell the car. Anyone who has used Lexus Entune knows its a giant pile of…

      • spyderman3012

        Absolutely correct. Lexus’s infotainment system is one of the worst in the luxury market. I work at a Lexus dealership and while they do a lot of things right, their UI and technology are terrible. The Dodge Charger that I rented was far easier to use and much more stable than the stuff I deal with every day.

  • Lasse J. Nordvik

    Are you sure about this? Lexus themselves recently stated that the GS will continue with the next one getting a liftback-esque profile like the new LS.

    • donald seymour

      Really? Are you sure?

    • Rocket

      It’s been reported by a number of sources that the GS would go away, but to my knowledge it has not been officially confirmed. I’ve also read that some markets will keep both models, but maybe not the US. Given the size overlap, it doesn’t make sense to keep them both. My personal is belief is that the GS is a goner.

      http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com/2017/05/looking-likely-es-new-lexus-gs/

    • Tumbi Mtika

      Please yes!

    • Jason Panamera

      It’s the only way for GS to survive and it should be done with current generation. Lexus lacks of ultra stylish 4 door coupe especially when new Lexus design is a blast.

  • LWOAP

    So, ES 350 F Sport and ES F when? Two to three years or never happening?

  • Mark S

    The beginning of the end of Lexus being taken seriously.

  • Craig

    I would rather own an ES than GS. [Other than the top GS F-Sport version]

    • SteersUright

      Beautiful interior and extremely comfy while being about as exciting as reading in the library. The GS was a genuinely exciting drive. Apples to oranges.

      • Craig

        One apple please.

        • SteersUright

          Apple coming right up! lol. You’ve got a huge variety of apples to choose from in the snooze-mobile dept. Cars like the GS (my “orange” to your “apple”) are becoming more rare. Today’s few truly exciting sedans are priced in the stratosphere.

          • Larissafc2006

            I’ll take the snooze mobile / apple too. Some people like myself already
            have a rwd 2 door coupe as a toy / enthusiast car, an SUV for the wife, and
            just want an easy riding sedan with a little bit of luxury. Low key and reliable.

  • SteersUright

    Horrendous strategy. The ES always was and will be a geriatric-mobile, and a damn good one too I might add. The GS was special. Its handling was excellent for its size and it was just a better engine/transmission shy away from the absolute best in class. I test drove the A6, 535i, and E350 before settling on my prior GS350 F sport with rear steering, because not one of the others felt anywhere near as sporty, accurate, or fun to drive. Lexus would like you to think they produce cars on par with MB, Audi, and BMW. They have way too many holes in their lineup to ever be a serious challenge. And now, with the GS gone, they have no answer to an A6/S6, 5-series, E-class, XF, Q50 or Q70, etc. Lexus will slowly fade into becoming another Acura when it should be headed in the other direction.

    • Сафиуллина-Мохамед Рамазанов

      The GS not gone
      The GS shifted to be CLS / A7 competitor that’s it nothing more

      • SteersUright

        Wait, so you’re saying the GS will be updated and remain in the lineup? I hope you’re right. I loved that owning that car.

        • Сафиуллина-Мохамед Рамазанов

          Yes
          That’s what every magazine in Japan as at least to lexus executives said

      • bd0007

        Meaning being moved to a lower sales volume/niche segment.

        • Сафиуллина-Мохамед Рамазанов

          It’s sales already low now
          But as Lexus executives say not except it before 2020, maybe they want to give the market a time to accept the ES

  • rc

    This is such short-sighted thinking. The only reason the GS [as well as the rest of the midsize luxury sedan segment] is not doing well is because everybody is flocking to attractive and cheap lease deals on crossovers and why is that? Because gas is cheap. Gas isn’t going to be cheap for that long, much less-forever and what happens when that trend dwindles? Keeping the GS is very important to Lexus’s brand.

    • bd0007

      The E Class and 5 Series still sell well.

      • rc

        They do, but even the E class and 5 series are feeling a slump because of the GLC and X3 as people are moving to compact SUVs. Those two are the leaders in the segment and that is a very small and tough segment to begin with. So those two dominate the class easily, but their sales are also seeing some exodus to their crossovers in the lineup.

  • Darnell Council

    If lexus get rid of the GS I will never buy another lexus especially an ES. Lexus lost me when they made an front wheel drive car. That took lexus out of the High End Import category. Lexus supposed to be high performance at the rear wheels. Imagine putting a nice set of staggered wheels on a FWD ES, it doesn’t work. Only on an GS

    • pjl35

      If Lexus lost you when they made a FWD car, they lost you in 1989 when the first ES debuted…LONG before the GS even existed.

    • Tumbi Mtika

      ?

      You never really got on the train, then.

    • SteersUright

      Agreed. Look how well being all front wheel drive worked out for Acura. Anyone looking to compete properly in the luxury segment and challenge BMW and MB, must have a rear drive setup on some of their models. Only Audi has managed to have a primarily FWD chassis lineup but their halo cars like the R8 are still AWD and RWD, when it matters most. Also, nobody has made an AWD setup handle better than Audi with their quattro setup destroying racing competitors when first introduced and earning the brand much due respect. Lexus does not have this storied past, nor will they likely be able to tune an AWD version of the ES to handle in any way satisfying to a real enthusiast.

      • bd0007

        Audi is thinking about going to a RWD platform down the road for the A8 and another big difference is having a longitudinal (as opposed to a transverse) layout.

        • Сафиуллина-Мохамед Рамазанов

          AUDI will never do it
          Honestly it’s cheaper and faster for them in R&D to stay as is
          Keep in mind also better in electrification and overall quality

    • bd0007

      The FWD ES was the 2nd Lexus model (after the LS400) and was, at the time, a rebadged JDM Camry variant.

      And nowadays, the bulk of the Lexus lineup (and its best sellers are all FWD-based) – ES, RX, NX and the upcoming UX.

  • Nikolovski Nikolce Nidžo

    Actually the next Corolla will use TNGA platform, not the current gen.

    • pjl35

      That’s why it’s phrased as “upcoming Avalon and Corolla models.” “Upcoming” describes both.

      • Nikolovski Nikolce Nidžo

        My bad mate…

  • Tumbi Mtika

    “although with the GS said to disappear, an AWD option should appease those who’ll miss the latter’s RWD setup.”

    You KNOW that’s bullshit.

  • Finally,

    A design worthy of the Lexus badge of yore… & future

  • Joez34

    I had a 2011 ES that was Meh’ I switched to Lexus after my Cadillac CTS started burning oil after 50k miles. The ES was a good reliable car, great transportation in a “generic looking sedan” . Just this past summer I traded it for a 2017 GS and WOW! I love that car. The ride is amazing, luxury yet performs and handles when I ask it too. I really hope they keep making this car, at this point I’m not going back to the ES and unless I hit the lotto I can’t get into an LS or LC so I may have to say goodbye to Lexus. For at least the next 6 or 7 years I will be enjoying my GS, maybe by then Lexus will have come up with a replacement. BTW – the GS is the only sedan that does not have a sister Toyota sold in the US. I believe in Japan and other markets the Toyota version is know as the Crown. (which is also a good looking car)

  • TrevP

    Lets see how it turns out

  • Autoexperte

    Why Lexus differentiate the ES and the GS not more?

    Suggestion:
    Lexus ES: the comfortable sedan, classic travel car, moderate consumption, practical features, large trunk, more luxurious Camry (family car)
    Lexus GS: sporty four-door coupe, greater focus on sportiness, coupe shape and chic design (driver’s car)

  • DM

    I wonder why the ES gets all the love being FWD and Acura models just won’t pick up since they are also FWD. People keep saying Acura needs to go RWD but the existing GS just got axed…

  • Liam Paul

    ok so I see the blue toyota corolla which is rather cheap looking, not sure why toyota made the corolla cheaper looking, anyways, where is this Lexus ES now?

  • Auf Wiedersehen

    Ehh!? Whaditellya? The Blue Whale!

  • Infinite1

    Sad to see the GS go but interested to see how the ES will fill the role and an AWD variant in F Sport guise.

  • Harry_Wild

    The front end is even more hideous then the current ES now! Lexus going to the extremes of ugliness!

    • Nordschleife

      Do you like them adding to an article they initially posted 7 months ago? I don’t know how I feel about that. I think most people are not going to read through the comments. I only scrolled down so far to see something was amiss. Thought MICHGO?

      • WHAT?

        • Nordschleife

          Never mind

      • I MUST HAVE MISSED IT BACK THEN.

  • SteersUright

    Still geriatric and the look of a more upscale Camry. Not ugly at all, but not exciting either.

  • salamOOn

    its exactly what i hoped for…. visualy its just new GS with ES name on it…. you can say yeah, but there is no RWD… i dont care, i would choose AWD even if its a GS.

    its freaking good looking car, not dull like current ES…. i like it a lot!

  • Bash

    looks cool, but I have to see it in person first.
    and i still want my GS back too.

  • NupeSquare7

    Lexus has a great opportunity to reposition the GS as a model that is shaped similar to an Audi A7 or Mercedes CLS. Such a model would would fit well within the Lexus line-up.

  • Jason Panamera

    I love this baby LS but there is one thing which I’d love more. Toyota Crown for EU/USA market.

  • Bob White

    The grill is just too small. Designers need to find a way to stretch it out much further to encompass the entire front end. Guess cars these days need massive amount of cooling… Lol

  • Mynameis Taylor

    I don’t think it looks that bad at all. It is a vast improvement of any previous ES, dare I say slightly better than the new LS…I like the profile.

  • Honda NSX-R

    Looking good, but it sucks that this would replace the GS in Europe, but it’s not like Europeans would care anyway. Hopefully Lexus still makes the GS.

  • JGreen
  • Perry F. Bruns

    You can order TNGAs on Amazon.

    Oh, wait, those are Tengas.

  • botornot387

    Also, no one that will test drive a E-Class, A6, 5 Series, or any of the models in the class will even look at this unless they couldn’t afford the payment to the others, and this is significantly cheaper. Let’s be honest, the current model only held the crown over the GS in sales because of price point. Pricewise, it was more of an IS counterpart. The only vehicles i really see this getting cross shopped with are the avalon, xts, buick lacrosse, and acura rlx.

  • Ary Wisesa

    IMO, it looks good from 3/4 angle, but not from front angle. Must wait to see in real metal. The LS looks truly stunning in metal, even though sometimes it’s not very photogenic. Even its grille mesh looks particularly stunning and artistic. This one looks very much a downsized LS. The waterfalls grille design is interesting.

  • getoffme

    Not quite there, but at least it looks better than the A6.

  • Sue McCoy Harward

    Liking the new look! I’ve been shopping for a few months and seriously considered the Genesis bc of the safety features, heas up display blind spot monitoring, lane keep assist, dynamic cruise with forward collision, distance pacing etc. I will wait for the 2019 ES350 and see what features it has as standard and optional. I hope it’s sooner that later I need a new car asap

  • klowik

    I really don’t how Lexus styling goes from here, this wide open grille design is getting boring on every Lexus model..

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