A new prototype of the next-generation Lexus LS prototype has been spotted in Europe with considerably less camouflage than previously seen — let’s dive right into these new images from Germany’s Auto Motor und Sport:
From the front, it’s the width of the vehicle that’s most impressive — the slightly-visible spindle grille is massive, pushing the headlights toward the edge of the flared front fenders.
The curve of the front fenders is even more obvious in this photo, as is the dramatic angle of the back window and the enormous wheelbase. Everything about this prototype is huge.
A major effort has gone into masking the rear taillights, but there’s no hiding the relatively short deck of the trunk. Again, the front fenders show a dramatic downward slope and stand out as the most visible design element.
(Special thanks to White Beach for the find!)