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The new Lexus LS+ Concept flagship born in Tokyo

Published on October 31 2017

It was a big day last week for Lexus when the Japanese luxury automaker unveiled its new LS+ Concept at the 45th Tokyo Motor Show. The flagship sedan concept showcases Lexus’ most advanced and impressive autonomous driving technologies as well as the next generation of the manufacturer’s L-Finesse design philosophy. The end result is a near-perfect interpretation of a modern luxury sedan.

Lexus LS+ Concept: The car that can learn

The Lexus LS+ Concept is a vehicle interpretation of Lexus’s vision of the future. And in the future, according to Lexus, cars should be able to learn. That’s at least the case with the automaker’s next flagship sedan which will be connected to a data center in order to update remotely its software in order to ensure that state-of-the-art features and functions are always included in the vehicle. That ultimately means that the Lexus LS+ Concept can learn, and it can also evolve with its driver.

Moreover, the LS+ Concept is equipped with an artificial intelligence system that is connected with big data in order to have as much information as possible on the roads around the vehicle and the surrounding driving environment. This ultimately means a very high-level of automated driving that is continually adapting to new realities.

As Lexus puts it, the Lexus LS+ Concept is so advanced that it could even lead its owners to become emotionally attached to the vehicle.

A new generation of L-Finesse

As stated previously, the Lexus LS+ Concept is not just a showcase of the brand’s future driving technologies, it is also a representation of the next-generation L-Finess design philosophy. The prototype features a boldly evolved Spindle Grille, a large grill shutter that is functional from both an aerodynamic and cooling standpoint. Finally, the laser-lit headlights and rear combination taillights give the LS+ a visual signature that is immediately recognizable and that is fitting of the automaker’s flagship model.

As we wait for the next-generation LS due out in 2020, please drop in today to Lexus of Kingston and discover the all-new Lexus LS that was just recently introduced to the market.

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