Lexus LS+ Concept
Lexus presented an even higher-end version of their luxury LS Saloon at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show, with the Lexus LS+ Concept.
Autonomous features are already set to be released in the 2018 model year Lexus LS, with motorway assistance including automated lane changes, lane keeping and merging. The new Lexus LS+ Concept takes the technology one step further, with the ability to drive from a slip road to junction exit in full autonomous mode without any user input.
Future updates could also be applied to the technology, with the LS+ Concept capable of downloading software updates to benefit from the latest features and optimisations in autonomous driving.
This however is putting aside the most impressive part of the concept, the looks. The Lexus LS+ is a beautiful looking concept that features a striking and low-slung front grille, Tron-like front headlights, large and highly fashionable wheels, and an LED tail light that runs through the width of the cars rear.
Whilst it has not officially been announced as a production model, the autonomous technology that is featured in the Lexus LS+ Concept is set to make its way to a flagship saloon by the end of the decade.
Tokyo Motor Show
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