A mystery Lexus LS has been spotted on the Nürburgring sporting some rather extreme performance modifications.
Motoring.com.au recently discussed the future of F-Sport with Lexus Australia’s corporate manager Peter Evans, and came away with an idea of which models will be next to receive the performance treatment.
Inspired by MythBusters, Lexus Magazine auto editor Clark Heideger attempts to calculate the efficiency of the Lexus LS 600hL’s four-zone climate control using a series of (not-so) scientific experiments involving improper thermometers, ice cream and his own internal “sensors”.
Nothing like Hot Version for some craziness, here’s a supercharged Lexus LS 460 Sport drifting in the rain.
Check out this Neckbreakr photoshoot of a Lexus LS 460 sitting on a set of 22″ Phantom Forged wheels.
The results for the J.D. Power’s 2011 Initial Quality Study are in, and Lexus has ranked highest among all brands with 73 problems per 100 vehicles (PP100), marking the thirteenth time Lexus has been at the top of the list since 1990