2018 Lexus LS is the 4th-generation of the Lexus LS line of flagship sedans. Lexus debuted the model line at the 2006 North American International Auto Show, with variations including the standard wheelbase LS 460 and long-wheelbase LS 460 L, the chassis codes are derived from the fourth generation XF40 platform code and the UR series engine designation.
The 2018 LS models have a 4.6-liter UR-Series V8 and an 8-speed automatic gearbox. Hybrid models are powered by a VR engine of 5.0 L UR range, equipped with electric motors, with a continuously variable gearbox and all-wheel. drive. All-wheel drive versions of the non-hybrid LS 460 and LS 460 L models were introduced at the 2008 Moscow International Automobile Salon.
2018 Lexus LS Design
Additional design details include adaptive headlights housed in handmade surrounds designed to look like Baccarat crystal tumblers, chrome exhaust pieces integrated into the rear bumper and “L” / “S” curve. The model’s new paint finish is applied to bald metal body panels that are first prepared by a six-stroke 3D robot. The entire paint finish is wiped twice with the low paint. Both front and rear windows are each of an ankle-cast zinc plated, chrome plated and then polished by hand.
2018 Lexus LS Interior
Convenience and convenience features range from a 16-way adjustable heated and cooled driver’s seat to a light cabin with light seat, a refrigerator, and five-powered parasols. Certain versions of the LS can be equipped with climate control features like the first airplanes, air cleaners, air conditioners and four-zone climate control with infrared body temperature sensors. Upgraded materials are offered for the interior.
Inside Lexus LS 2018 model, the wood veneer trim is laminated to aluminum instead of fiberglass by Yamaha’s piano craftsmen. A special “Executive” seating package on long wheelbase models includes a rear DVD entertainment system with a downloadable LCD screen, a solid center console with a swivel table and an osmatic seat for the passenger side.
2018 Lexus LS Safety
Debut on the fourth generation Lexus LS offers the next generation Pre-Crash System front and back protection. The Frontal Pre-Crash system activates a warning sander and red shock lights to warn the driver if a potential hazard is detected in the vehicle’s road. The 2018 Lexus LS front crash system, the first active vehicle collision safety feature in a car, uses drum detection and warning systems.