Lexus, the luxury brand of Toyota, has been "pursuing perfection" since its inception in 1989. Lexus currently produces seven hybrid vehicles, making it the leader in hybrid luxury, and is ramping up its enthusiast credentials with its F Sport vehicles.
Despite a frustrating infotainment system, the Lexus LS continues to be the flagship luxury sedan that reigns over its Japanese counterparts.
It might have an infuriating touchpad, but there's still plenty of tech worth talking about in Lexus' new flagship sedan.
Good cars aren't always good in every trim. Opt for luxury, and the LS will delight -- until you get to the infotainment.
The new LS is a big step forward, but it's hard to get around its frustrating infotainment system.
The sixth-generation Lexus ES offers optional hybrid power, as well.
A new generation of Lexus' most-popular sedan is Beijing Motor Show-bound and should get oodles of new tech, too.
It wants V2X tech on most of its lineup by the mid-2020s.
The longer RX technically seats seven passengers, but we wouldn't recommend doing so.