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Photos of the Lexus LS

Lexus LS Photos: LS 460 F Sport front view

The new face of Lexus.

Lexus LS Photos: LS 460 F Sport front angle high

The higher the angle, the trimmer--and better_the LS looks.

Lexus LS Photos: LS 460 F Sport front angle

Does this look like a 4,600-pound car? Now that you mention it...

Lexus LS Photos: LS 460 F Sport front quarter

The F Sport package includes a more aggressive front fascia, side skirts, and forged 19-inch wheels.

Lexus LS Photos: LS 460 F Sport side view

With both the LS and XJ, the long wheelbase variant has more graceful, less stout proportions.

Lexus LS Photos: LS 460 F Sport rear quarter

Probably the LS's most elegant angle, high from the rear quarter. Lexus "L's" in the tail lamp.

Lexus LS Photos: LS 460 F Sport interior

F Sport interior also available with brown leather.

Lexus LS Photos: LS 460 F Sport instrument panel full width

Too much silver trim? Massive bi-level IP includes 12.3-inch display.

Lexus LS Photos: LS 460 F Sport instrument panel

Mouse-like infotainment controller easier than a touchscreen, but not a knob.

Lexus LS Photos: LS 460 F Sport infotainment display

Can display two things at once, including the driving mode. (This road calls for firmer dampers.)

Lexus LS Photos: LS 460 F Sport driver seat

Cushy driver seat has larger bolsters in the F Sport. White perforations provide relief from black.

Lexus LS Photos: LS 460 F Sport rear seat

Comfy cushion, and even in the regular wheelbase car there's a healthy amount of rear legroom.

Lexus LS Photos: LS 460 F Sport trunk

Largest trunk in its class, despite a full-size spare beneath the floor.

Lexus LS Photos: LS 460 F Sport engine

One industry-wide trend started by the original LS: a cover that totally hides the engine.

Lexus LS Photos: LS 460 F Sport engine uncovered

Remove the cover, and you still can't see the engine.

Lexus LS Photos: LS 460 F Sport front brakes

F Sport includes huge 6-piston Brembo front calipers. But how many of these cars will visit a track?