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By Cars.com Staff
November 30, 2009
Vehicle Overview Lexus' flagship LS 460 full-size sedan is available in standard form and as a limousine-like long-wheelbase LS 460 L model that stretches nearly 203 inches from bumper to bumper — 5 inches more than the standard model. Both sizes are available with rear- or all-wheel drive. Competitors include the BMW 7 Series and Mercedes-Benz S-Class. An optional Advanced Parking Guidance System lets the car park itself and is the car's most intriguing feature.
A hybrid version of the LS 460 L sedan, dubbed LS 600h L, is covered separately in the Cars.com Research section.
New for 2010 Lexus adds active front headrests and Safety Connect, a new subscription telematics system, as standard. The available navigation system adds the new Lexus Enform concierge service. The LS also gets a round of styling tweaks and a new Sport Package for the rear-drive LS 460. The package includes lower front and rear spoilers, a firmer air suspension, a unique grille, sport front seats, Black/Saddle leather interior and paddle shifters. The exterior features of the Sport Package also are available as the Appearance Package.
Exterior Styling of the grille, front bumper, headlights and taillights has been revised for 2010. The side mirrors have integrated turn signals, and the standard 18-inch wheels are a new 10-spoke design.
Xenon high-intensity-discharge headlights
Available 19-inch wheels
Interior In the long-wheelbase variant, Lexus aims to replicate the environment of a business jet with optional massaging, 45-degree-reclining rear seats that include an ottoman for leg support. Interior features for either LS model include:
Standard power moonroof
Available voice-activated navigation system; standard in LS 460 L
Available 19-speaker Mark Levinson stereo with 8GB hard drive
Available rear flip-down DVD entertainment system on long-wheelbase models
Long-wheelbase model offers an optional Executive Class Seating Package with reclining seats, center console with a tray table, ventilation controls and a drink cooler
Shorter-wheelbase LS 460 has a three-passenger backseat, while long-wheelbase version has center console and bucket seats
Under the Hood The 4.6-liter engine uses direct fuel injection along with traditional port fuel injection.
380-hp, 4.6-liter V-8 with 367 pounds-feet of torque
Eight-speed automatic transmission
Rear- or all-wheel drive
Electronic power steering
Available air suspension with selectable comfort modes
Safety The optional Advanced Pre-Collision System, which helps detect pedestrians and applies the brakes, now is available with a camera that monitors the orientation of the driver's face. It can activate warnings or apply the brakes if the driver isn't looking ahead for more than a few seconds. Other safety features include:
Electronically controlled antilock brakes with brake assist and electronic brake-force distribution
Electronic stability system
Side-impact airbags for the front seats
Side curtain airbags
Front knee airbags
Available rear-seat side-impact airbags
Available Advanced Pre-Collision System
Available rearview camera with navigation system
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