Lexus' flagship sedan is getting a refresh for the 2021 model year with a handful of design tweaks and some of the latest driving technologies. These exterior tweaks include a revamped BladeScan AHS headlight design and front bumper, a dark metallic grille mesh, and piano black rear lamp trim. A new "Nishijin & Haku" treatment will also be available for the interior for the first time and an all-new multimedia system will feature a new touch display with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. The new LS will also add a digital rearview mirror and Lexus Teammate, a driving assist feature that adds semi-autonomous driving tech, lane monitoring, and a variety of safety systems.
Lexus debuts the hybrid variant of its new flagship sedan
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