2020 Lexus LS
The 2020 Lexus LS is a throwback cruiser with a savage, space-age look, although the hybrid version as a roadblock is unmatched. The 2020 Lexus LS 500h is remarkably frugal for a large four-door, and its quiet powertrain fits this sedan well. The bold styling of the Lexus LS four-door sedan in 2020 is paired with a high-tech interior that runs counter to a resilient ride.
The Lexus LS 2020 may be offered in a few configurations, but it does not have the astonishing personalization potential of some German competitors. The main criticism of the 2020 LS is the infotainment system: it’s a chore to work, even with standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility.
The features expected include power-adjustable leather-wrapped seats, a 12-speaker audio system with Bluetooth and USB inputs, a moon cage, and navigation displayed on a 12.3-inch screen.
2020 Lexus LS Interior
Inside is the most beautiful interior upgrade package that includes a softer leather finish and a synthetic suede headlining. Real wood finishes, artificial glass inserts, and cleverly pleated door panel fabric are all available and, if added, an increasingly impressive atmosphere. Passenger space is spacious for four adults. Adding a fifth person in the back seat with three overhead seats is a cruel way to deny passengers a truly luxurious experience, so we recommend the optional bucket seats. The rear seats are secured in place so that large loads cannot easily fit into the LS.
All Lexus LS models feature a large 12.3-inch infotainment system with Amazon Alexa, Apple CarPlay capability, navigation, and a 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot. It looks fantastic under a leather-wrapped edge in the dashboard. Unfortunately, the interaction with the system is less enjoyable. An annoying interface on the center console is the only tangible way to adjust vehicle settings, switch audio sources, or set a destination in the navigation menu. Fortunately, the system recognizes some voice commands, but a touch screen enhances the experience and facilitates tasks.
2020 Lexus LS Engine
The base LS 500 uses a 3.5-liter twin-turbo V-6 that keeps up with European opponents thanks to 416 horsepower and a 442-pound torque that is either steered to the rear or to all four corners with an automatic 10-speed gearbox. The driveway delivers good acceleration with little noise, except in F Sports cover. That package directs synthetic engine sounds into the cabin, affecting the sedentary sedan’s behavior. Opt for the LS 500h and Lexus uses a 3.5-liter naturally aspirated V-6, paired with a 44-kWh lithium-ion battery, two electric motors, and an automatic four-speed gearbox that acts as the gas engine switch on faster. The hybrid drive delivers a combined 354 hp, good enough for a 0-60 run of about 5 seconds. It’s very fast for our taste, and this low-fault engine is rated at an impressive 33 mpg on the highway.
2020 Lexus LS Safety
The Lexus LS of 2020 will do its best to avoid a collision, although there are no crash scores available. The Lexus LS of 2020 should be crashed at any time once the IIHS and the NHTSA generally reserve their resources for better-selling cars. An optional advanced safety package can automatically steer the car around obstacles at low speeds and is worth considering if you live in an urban environment. Automatic emergency brake with pedestrian detection, customizable cruise control, active lane control, large-beam assistance, road sign detection as 2020 Lexus LS standard equipment.