Powered by a twin-turbocharged 5.0L V8 engine (likely from the IS F), the LS 650 will have more than 640 horsepower and top speed of 200mph.
If the new LS’s advanced pedestrian safety technology detects a potential collision, the car can be brought to a complete stop at speeds up to 24 mph.
Lexus has released a couple more SEMA photo galleries featuring the LFA Nürburgring Edition & Project LS — here they are in a size perfect for desktop wallpapers.
While at SEMA last week, I had a chance to interview Five Axis chief Troy Sumitomo to discuss his Project LS show car on display in the Lexus tent.
Lexus has rebranded their all-wheel drive system as All Weather Drive — here’s a new commercial introduction.
Lexus USA has released two new commercials for the 2013 Lexus LS, and they’re pretty awesome.