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2023 Lexus LS 500 Review

 2023 Lexus LS 500 Review

2023 Lexus LS 500 Review

2023 Lexus LS 500 Review - It is speculated that it won't be long until the more affordable models in the Lexus showroom can no longer outperform the flagship model in terms of technological prowess.

According to a claim by the Japanese publication Creative Trend, which cites information obtained from dealer sources, the Lexus LS is scheduled to undergo a variety of improvements this year, and its premiere in Japan is anticipated to take place in October 2022.

Most notably, the antiquated infotainment system that is now installed in the vehicle will supposedly be replaced with the new system that is installed in the upgraded UX as well as the new NX and LX.

The new Lexus Interface, in addition to having a more modern appearance, also has enhanced voice prompts and can get updates wirelessly over-the-air.

Reports from the present LS500 indicate that the 2023 Lexus LS will have updated infotainment as well as other modifications.
It is not known whether the size of the touchscreen will increase. The new NX features a screen that is much bigger than the existing LS's 12.3-inch display, measuring in at a full 14 inches.

According to recent reports, the much-maligned Remote Touch touchpad will be eliminated from the next generation of the Lexus LS.

It is not known what will go in its place on the center console at this time. It is been rumored that the new ES will follow the same pattern as the modified 2023 UX, which now incorporates its heated and ventilated seat as well as heated steering wheel controls in this location.

According to recent reports, Lexus will improve the surround-view camera system used in the LS by adding a transparent view in addition to a "front wide vision system."
In 2021, as part of a comprehensive upgrade package, Lexus made certain adjustments to the LS's suspension in order to improve ride quality.

According to a claim by Creative Trend, Lexus engineers will allegedly update the "member mounting section of the rear suspension" in order to further improve the ride quality of their vehicles.

The article does not specify any changes to the exterior appearance of the vehicle, other than some of the most recent badge update.

The rear L logo on the LS is not expected to be replaced with a spaced-out Lexus word mark like the ones on the new NX and LX. However, the Lexus word mark that now appears at the bottom of the trunk lid is expected to be removed.
The blue highlighting that was previously present on the emblems of the LS500h will apparently be removed, and the hybrid designation that was formerly affixed on the side skirts will be removed as well.

In Australia, the LS lives in the shadow of its competitor, the Mercedes-Benz S-Class, much like pretty much everything else in this very low-volume market sector.

The S-Class has had 74 sales so far this year, despite having recently undergone a comprehensive overhaul. This year, Lexus has sold eight of its LS sedans, putting it neck-and-neck with the Audi A8, which will soon be redesigned, but behind the BMW 7 Series (23) and the Porsche Panamera (21).