2018 Lexus LS 500 F Sport Release Date, Engine Specs
At the auto show in New York debut the Lexus LS 500 and 2018 Lexus LS 500 F Sport, sports equipment of the new flagship of the Japanese premium brand. After the presentation in Detroit and in Geneva the new LS with traditional and hybrid powertrain, the F Sports Sedan range widening to the package already offered on other models and preferred by many customers.
The specific structure and larger brakes for 2018 Lexus LS 500 F Sport. The LS has been designed from the outset to offer help to be more involved than the outgoing model thanks to the new modular platform GA-L, but it’s the F Sport that this spirit is underlined. The trim has been totally revised working on managing the parameters of Vehicle dynamics integrated management (Vdim), which through the data collected by suspension, brakes, steering, and the vehicle’s powertrain is constantly adapting the response to the driver’s input and road conditions. 245/45 and 275/40 tires on rims are available from 20 “and an oversized brake system with six-piston calipers, while have been revised steering calibrations and rear axle steering, forming part of the system LDH.
2018 Lexus LS 500 F Sport Engine Specs
V6 twin turbo or hybrid. Customers can choose the LS F Sport in two variants: Twin-Turbo V6 engine with 500 LS 3.5 415 HP and hybrid powered by a V6 LS 500 D-4S and a total 354 HP electric motor. The LS 500 offers an automatic transmission 10-speed transmission, while the hybrid uses the new Lexus Hybrid Drive with ten total reports thanks to the work of the Cvt and a four-speed automatic combined into one device.
Aerodynamics and unique finishes. Aesthetically the F Sport can be recognized by the new front bumper, which integrates both larger events is the original grid. The contrast between the painting of panels, the chrome and glossy black sections back in miniskirts and at the rear, also 20 “wheels are specific to the model. The Interior is characterized by front seats and steering wheel, aluminum pedals and finishing of suede leather for the seats and the Pavilion, while there is a red leather interior option not available on other versions of the LS.
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