There are four versions available with the Lexus LS'; these are the LS 460, the 460 L which means long wheelbase, the LS 600 Hybrids and the LS 460 F S which is the sport version. During 1980, Lexus wanted their brand re-launched; accordingly, they used the LS models to re-establish their name with great success.
The success of the Lexus LS 600H
Over the years, since this model was firstly introduced, the Lexus LS models have received occasional facelifts. These line-ups' have successfully matured and have become one of the most luxurious cars on the market. The LS models are Lexus’ most expensive, exceeding a starting price tag of over £94,000 (extras are optional). They equate and have the same superior class as the Mercedes-Benz S Class and the BMW 7. Should you be looking for a car to be chauffeured in, opt for the Executive Class Seating Package, this will virtually turn the Lexus LS into a Rolls Royce.
The Lexus LS 600 Hybrid is the ultimate car with sophistication; it is a redefinition of what a luxury car ought to be. Its power is 0-62 mph and accelerates at 6.3 seconds. The CO2 readings are 218 g/km, and maximum speed is a whopping 155 mph. It holds a potent V8 hybrid technology not a hefty V12 as in many other flagship cars, also an electric motor combined with a 5L petrol engine which breaks 438bhp. Once in the car driving, you will feel like you're manoeuvring a Limousine, the quality is surreal.
These cars speak of sheer elegance. They are not just 'class leading'; but they are a 'class apart' from any other car in history and on the market today. The interiors of these flagships are exquisite, offering the most technologically advanced characteristics that have never been seen in a car, until now.