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Lexus unveiled its new redesigned flagship sedan for 2018 at the Detroit Auto Show. The LS500 features new levels of luxury, technology and high-end features.

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  1. This car is nice and all, but Lexus' touch pad in the center console is the most God awful thing I have ever experienced in a car. It's enough for me to avoid the brand.

  2. Man, talk about a bold move on Lexus's part. The new styling, although exciting and new, is sure to alienate the very demographic that made them a household name. Way to take a risk Lexus!

  3. Why even open the hood when all there is to see is a plastic engine cover? I really like the dash though.

  4. I like the design on the outside but not sold on the inside… Past Ls interiors were classy this seems to be more tech driven, either way it's nice!

  5. no v8 engine? no android auto or apple play compatibility? plus I think it is very ugly, because it looks like an oversized IS.

    however, the interior is impressive

  6. this is what i don't get,
    you would think it has 5.0 V8, as i was expecting, according to the badge, but no, V6 now
    LS500 has more weight, smaller engine, less power then GS F, yet 0-60mph same time, hmm

  7. Looks good. Really like the coupe-like shape. Hopefully they will make a LS F with a twin turbo V8 at some point.

  8. Those wishing for v8, and all things petrol need to get with the times. Electric power is where it's at. Instant torque, no lag acceleration and impressively quick and quiet. I'd like to see that over any petrol engines.

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