The fourth-generation Lexus LS sedan may be entering its ninth year of sales, but that hasn’t stopped Lexus engineers from making some improvements.
The rumored fuel cell Lexus LS may be part of a major new product initiative from Toyota in preparation for their 2020 Tokyo Olympics sponsorship.
Lexus has just trademarked LS 500 in both Australia and Europe, joining the previously-registered LS 500h as a potential engine option for the next-generation Lexus flagship sedan.
Autocar is reporting the next-generation Lexus LS will debut at the Tokyo Motor Show this year, backing up an earlier report from Motoring Australia.
According to Japanese magazine Mag-X, Lexus will release the next-generation LS with a 2.5L four-cylinder turbo engine.
Motoring Australia reports that the next-generation Lexus LS will debut at the Tokyo Motor Show in October, and will share engine options with the upcoming LC coupe.