The alternative German luxury car still isn’t a strong choice – but F-Sport gets close
A few years back, Lexus steadily sold a Lexus LS every day. Then, it deleted the old LS 460 V8 petrol and switched to a hybrid-only range of LS 600h models. Sales duly plunged: last year, it sold just 70 cars, little more than an LS a week.
So now, the LS 460 is back, with the hybrid car relegated to £100k long-wheelbase range-topping status. This means the entry point of the LS range has been cut by nearly (£20,000) Rs 17.8 lakhs, to (£70,995) Rs 63.3 lakhs, with a 3,000-point facelift circling the changes.