2017 Lexus LS Redesign Release - Lexus Cars Review
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2017 Lexus LS Redesign Release, The interior 2017 Lexus LS model fully reflects the attribute of luxury. The comfort offered by this Lexus sedan is at the top level. The seats are heated and ventilated. There are maximum legroom in a vehicle. The digital navigation, a backup camera and Bluetooth connectivity, are just some of the systems which are likely to join and automated systems for parking, and cruising assist systems. Although we can say that the current Lexus LS model is not missing absolutely nothing, but from better still got better.We can assume that the 2017 Lexus LS will be offered in the base version with the tag 2017 LS 500, and plug-in hybrid variant mark, 2017 LS 500h. The base LS 500 model will feature the brand’s 5.0-liter V-8 common to the RC F, and GS F models. This information has not been officially confirmed. The new hybrid setup for LS 500 h model should disposes with 500 hp, and was seen in the LF-LC concept. Some sources suggest the possibility of the appearance of high-performance 2017 Lexus LS F model. The same should be complete with a twin-turbocharged version of the 5.0-liter V-8 with 600 hp. For now, these are only assumptions and guesses, because most attention still attracts announcement 2017 Lexus LS FCEV model.The possibility of a hydrogen drivetrain at new LS sedan is under consideration. After presenting Mirai Toyota models, the LS FCEV is not considered possible in the distant future. Moreover, the announcements of other producers to enter this segment can only accelerate the development of another model in such a operation under the auspices of the Toyota company. The LS FCEV will use the Toyota Fuel Cell System like the Mirai. Its power unit will consist of fuel-cell stack (150kW) and a 220kW electric motor. Its range will be around 240 miles (380 km). Some sources state that the fuel-cell unit will be under the front seat of the Lexus LS FCEV 2017, while the hydrogen tank will be located under the rear seat and another tank under the rear parcel shelf. This model would certainly have to have altered front of the vehicle on which the current release missing large air intakes to the complete system had better cooling.
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