Lexus has introduced the updated LS sedan in Japan. Sales of the new product on the local market will start on October 16. Prices for the car start from ¥10,940,000. The top version of the model will cost ¥17,990,000.
The car received a retuned suspension. Engineers also improved the rear shock absorbers for a more comfortable ride. A 12.3-inch digital instrument panel has appeared in the cabin. In addition, the car is equipped with DVRs in the front and rear.
By downloading a special application, the driver can now turn his smartphone into a digital key. You can also use the device to park your car remotely if you wish.
The Road Assistance package added traffic jam assist at speeds up to 40 km/h, as well as an improved emergency braking function.
The Lexus LS was first unveiled at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show. Since then, the car has already undergone several updates.
Source: Auto News