Japanese brand Lexus revealed its LS500 sedan at the 2017 Detroit motor show in January, and will now showcase its raunchy F-Sport spec model for the upcoming 2017 New York motor show debut.
Talking about this sporty version, its mechanical aspect is same as in the sedan, but includes new upgrades inside and out compared to the debuted LS500.
The exterior view of the F-Sport’s includes new spindle front grille, reformed side panels, a re-worked rear end with specific 20-inch alloy wheels that adds more power to the fenders. To have a sportier appeal, the vehicle has larger brakes fitted and sports tuned air suspension to give the ooh feeling.
The inside of Lexus composes of a new steering wheel with LFA inspired speedo and tachometer, suede trimmed seats, aluminum pedals and headliner.
The chassis control tech in the vehicle has the most advanced iteration in the LS F-Sport, which controls the car ride and flatness around the corners. Also it provides a greater comfort by impacting the brake response, steering and suspension. There are 3 selectable drive modes that controls the chassis system’s settings normal, Sport S or Sport S+.
The F-Sport will be available in both petrol and hybrid power. The engine power in case of petrol variant is 310kW/600Nm 3.5-litre twin turbocharged V6 engine, while for the hybrid, 220kW/350Nm 3.6-litre V6 is powered to amp up this LS500h variant.