New updates for the Lexus large sedan range have been happening lately. The company has added new on-board and safety technology and even more, it has also enhanced the chassis rigidity of the models. For instance, the LS and GS models benefit from the adoption of Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA). They also get ENFORM connected mobility services and SD card-based navigation as well as dual USB ports.
The SD card-based navigation alerts drivers to speed and red light cameras and school zones, while the RCTA function uses the Blind Spot Monitor (BSM) radar system to detect vehicles approaching from behind and then alerts the driver via visual and audible warnings.
LS and GS also get better chassis stiffness due to the utilization of high rigidity glass and new adhesives. Precisely, the A-pillar of all GS models has been re-engineered and is now stiffer.
In addition, the latter model also benefits from the premium Mark Levinson audio system. It does not come as a standard, except for the GS 350 F model, but it is rather an available option. Unlike the GS range, the LS receives the Mark Levinson system as a standard.
In addition, LS models can also show-off with new LED interior dome lights. All GS models get a new exterior color called Titanium Silver that replaces the Elysium Blue.