Lexus didn’t pull any punches with the all-new 2018 LS 500. It feels more like a world-class luxury car than any other Lexus I’ve tested and seems to be aimed squarely at its Bavarian rivals. Its exterior is gorgeous, its interior is sumptuous, its twin turbo heart beats out 416 horsepower and it has an extravagant price tag. Does all this add up to the best Lexus yet?
What is white on the outside, red on the inside, and almost inconceivably large? If you guessed Moby Dick, you guessed wrong . It’s the 2017 Lexus LX 570!
With every new review I try and follow the sage advice a veteran motor journalist once offered me. That is, discover what a vehicle is trying to tell me and share that with audience. After deliberation, I believe the Lexus NX300 is telling us that it wants to get home in time for the Murder She Wrote marathon.
This year Lexus didn’t change up the recipe too much for their IS series. They added large fighter jet style scoops on either side of the grille and a 10.25 inch screen in the dash. But the real appeal is a clever 241 horsepower 2.0L turbo-charged four cylinder.
Introduced in 2014, the Lexus RC- F is Lexus’ take on what a luxury sport coupe should be, a two-door blend of comfort Lexus customers are accustomed to, and sports car handling and good looks. But The real gem in this car ives under the hood.
The ES300h is the hybrid variation of Lexus’ ES sedan line. It’s large and luxurious without sacrificing efficiency. It’s a handsome hybrid that you’ll want to drive. It’s hard to find faults with the spacious interior of the ES300h. Driver and passengers are swaddled in beautiful, high-quality materials and excellent fit and finish.
The 2017 GS-F is the most powerful sedan Lexus has ever built. It’s longer, wider and lower than the standard GS. The 467 horsepower dual overhead cam 5.0 liter V8 launches the car from zero to 60 in four and a half seconds.