Saturday, July 28, 2012

2013 Lexux LS




Well.. The pictures were real...

So basically, new front and rear.
Not a new car. After 6 years....

Again. Good luck....

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

The car has aged pretty well. If they made changes to the interior and the powertrain, then they will be ok for another two years.

Tard said...

Lexux?

Is this a portmanteau word combining the phrase "Lexus sucks" ...?

If not it should be, because the Lexus LS definitely sucks.

Anonymous said...

This is SAD. I always liked Lexus....especially the LS. They always kind of did their own thing with quality being their #1 goal.

Now, it seem slike they want to get into the boy racer game.

I always thought they put out classic designs without being tacky and announcing to the world you have some money.

Hopefully, they will be able to find themselves again.

Anonymous said...

Toyota has dropped the ball by this half assed mid? cycle refresh! After 6 years? Only the drive by media will be impressed!!

Anonymous said...

This is a cobbled together mess. I know that Toyota is trying to shake their dull as dishwater image. But they need to start by making decent cars again. Not by pimping out their existing cars.

Anonymous said...

Well, the tags read "F Sport" so I'm guessing this is the most aggressive variation of what is to come, which either means it is going to be really boring or even less discernible from today's model....or both.

Anonymous said...

Mercedes Benz doing the same with the new S class,new interior,front and rear.
I dont understand with people make complaints about lexus,just because have same side profile ?
Check spy shot about S class please,after 6 years...Good luck too.

Anonymous said...

If you look at the current Toyota Avalon which originally came in 2005, a minor refresh in 2008 and another more aggressive refresh in 2011 and now we have already seen a totally new redesinged 2013 Toyota Avalon coming later this year. I see a similare situation with Lexus LS460 here. Hopefully we will have a fully redesigned 2014/2015 Lexus LS460 with new powertrain to go along with it.

Anonymous said...

this is a full redesign, not a refresh. They just chose not to change the greenhouse. Do not expect a new LS in 2 years. This is it for the next 5-6 years, like it or not. They did the same thing when they went from Gen 1 to Gen 2. Completely new, but looked like last one. So as not to alienate buyers who dont want to feel like they are buying something that will be outdated in a couple years. Mercedes is doing the exact same thing.