The 2013 Lexus LS & F Sport share the same 386 horsepower 4.6-liter V8. There is no power advantage, but there is a completely different driving experience to be had. One is slinky and luxurious while the F Sport is sporty and aggressive. Considering the new exterior designs for all LS models, it’s a bit disconcerting that the whole line looks so much like the GS and ES. Still, the look is fresh and you will immediately know where these vehicles come from.
They also share the same new design language with the F Sport now featuring the new Lexus Spindle grill.
In this video Nathan got to drive both cars in Tucson, Arizona to see what changes Lexus has made to the Flagship of the brand.
In the process he also got a peak at the latest Lexus technology that will eventually filter down through the entire brand and into almost every Toyota product.
Check out this first drive review as Nathan get behind the wheel of the new Lexus LS and LS F Sport.
Editor’s note: Lexus flew The Fast Lane Car to Arizona for this press event. Nathan found out that cactus juice is different than the orange goo used in Cactus Cooler. Aaron Cole is head editor of the Aurora Sentinel.