The new year is fast approaching. For automotive enthusiasts, that means a whole new set of cars to look forward to and eventually ogle. Lexus will ride this feel-good wave as it introduces an all-new model at the North American International Motor Show next month. Here's a teaser glimpse at the upcoming new Lexus LS.
We don't have much info on the new flagship sedan yet. But we do know that it will be built on the Japanese carmaker's new global architecture GA-L. We also know that it will come with an extended version of the rear-wheel-drive platform used in the LC500. Speaking of the grand tourer, the front grille on the new LS bears quite the resemblance. It will also have a coupe-like silhouette. So far, so good.
The LS first came out in 1989 and is currently on its fourth generation. This new model, Lexus says, will feature "luxurious appointments and visionary technology that will provide drivers with the luxury experience they expect from a global flagship sedan."
Who's looking forward to seeing the all-new LS?