The Lexus has such a large range of adjustment on the driver’s seat and steering wheel that everyone should be able to find a comfortable driving position. Most adjustments are electrically operated, too, so minimum effort is required. The interior features a well laid out dashboard, but things are ruined by an complex infotainment system that uses an irritating mouse controller.
Lexus LS space & practicality
The driver and front seat passenger have loads of room, but rear seat passengers won’t feel quite so privileged. Legroom is not massive, and the sloping roofline restricts headroom. The 600h comes in long wheelbase form only, and that gives more generous rear legroom, but the centre rear seat is still uncomfortable. However, the boot is a good size in all models and accessibility is good.
Lexus LS equipment
The LS is a handsomely equipped car, even in the most basic Luxury trim. There are automatic xenon lights, four-zone climate control, air-conditioned seats and a superb Mark Levinson stereo. The F Sport model adds larger 19in alloys, a sportier looking front grille and bumpers, plus a sporty makeover for the cabin.