Odometer permanently stuck at 999,999.
Moccasins and midnight duels.
This prototype is one of only three built, and the last one remaining.
Did you know that the global press launch of the original LS was in Germany?
To mark the occasion of Lexus’ 25th anniversary, Tim Pollard from *Car Magazine* drove the original LS 400 and then jumped to the Lexus LFA.
Ben Hsu over at Japanese Nostalgic Car has a thoughtful article on the origins of the first-generation Lexus LS 400: Toyota USA was established on October 31, 1957. Thirty-two years later, in October of 1989, it would change the face of the automotive world once again. The Lexus LS 400 is officially a Japanese nostalgic […]