Crafted Interior

Hand-pleated door linings, Shimamoku wood patterns and decorative trim inspired by Edo Kiriko cut glass complement the ‘Takumi’-crafted leather seats in the LS' whisper-quiet cabin.

Colour reimagined

Our paint is complex, and full of character. We use a multi-layered process that entirely transforms the way the vehicle looks, and how it responds to the sun’s rays. Five coats are applied, and the paint is baked four times.

Shiatsu Massage seats

To keep you refreshed, the 28-way adjustable front seat can perform shiatsu massages, while rear seat passengers can enjoy a reclining ottoman with seven shiatsu massage programmes and extra heaters.

To create the all-new LS, Lexus took the approach of starting from new, re-imagining what a flagship saloon should be, as if launching the brand all over again. The goal was not to improve on what Lexus has done, but to exceed expectations of global luxury customers.

A common thread going through all LS models remains: Omotenashi, the concept of Japanese hospitality. Applied to a luxury automobile, it means taking care of the driver and passengers, anticipating their needs, attending to their comfort and helping to protect them from hazards.

To create the all-new LS, Lexus took the approach of starting from new, re-imagining what a flagship saloon should be, as if launching the brand all over again. The goal was not to improve on what Lexus has done, but to exceed expectations of global luxury customers.

A common thread going through all LS models remains: Omotenashi, the concept of Japanese hospitality. Applied to a luxury automobile, it means taking care of the driver and passengers, anticipating their needs, attending to their comfort and helping to protect them from hazards.