Photo Gallery: Lexus LS 460 F SPORT with 22-Inch Vossen CV4 Wheels

Lexus LS 460 on Vossen 22-inch VVS-CV4

Vossen Wheels has outfitted a 2013 Matador Red Mica Lexus LS 460 F SPORT with their matte graphite machined 22″ wheels — take a look at this:

If I had a choice of any Lexus/Vossen combination, it would likely be the LS F SPORT paired with these CV4s — here’s the car in motion:

The 22″ CV4s will fit various Lexus models, and are backed by an industry leading 5 year warranty. If you have any questions, please visit the Vossen Wheels website or email

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  • Mike

    Please, dear Lexus engineers: tune up the line-up first!

    1) LS300h
    2) LS450h

    Hmmm….??? When?

  • Travis

    Looks sweeeet. Love the red paint and those headlights are awesome. I do think the front wheels should have been 21 inch instead.

    I find it amazing that it only takes so little work to make a LS look spectacular

  • leopard08

    This is 1 of the best looking LS ever

  • leopard08

    Ther rear end of this is such a stand out

  • corradoMR2

    A+ on the LS F-Sport with the Vossen 22 inchers.

  • nj101

    LS never grows old. The current greenhouse may be a decade old now but still doesnt look outdated, still looks fine. It really age so gracefully.

  • Mike DeLorca

    Beautiful….timeless and elegant fluidity. The size and height of these wheels really helps. I’m hoping LEXUS will widen their wheels and tires to at least 8.5-9 inch width like MB and BMW…..sorry, but the 7.5 width is just too small. The few extra inches makes the German group look so much beefier. I have voiced and requested through LEXUS feedback line for several years…..come on now let’s get down to real business here to compete on a grander level. Such a small modification to make a huge difference. I know weight and drag is what it is all about, but please, it is time now…..

  • dxly

    Did this LS get lowered after the wheel installation?

    • MikeVossen

      Yes its lowered on a module to lower the air suspension.