Just last weekend, Lexus revealed the much anticipated information on the pricing and availability of its 2010 Lexus LS 460 and GS. Pricing starts at $45,000 for the GS, $64,680 for the LS 460, and $70,225 for the 460L.
Of course, Lexus would make it a point to make some clever and stylish modifications for the 2010 version of the LS 460. The engineers at Lexus had been kept busy in coming up with a revised grille, bumper, as well as license plate surround and exhaust diffusers.
Turn signals are now found on the side mirrors and the wheels were redesigned into a 10-spoke arrangement. Since the LS 460 is available in several packages, finding one that fits your personality shouldn't be a problem.
The first to come out is the Sport package, which consists of perforated Black/Saddle leather interior, sport front seats, leather-trimmed steering wheel and paddle shifters.
Judging by the appearance from the exterior, the Sport package is truly outstanding with its Aero kit, which consists of lower front spoiler, side rocker panels and lower rear spoiler.
There's also the Appearance package, which is really only the Aero-kit from the Sport package combined with a unique front grille. The third package named the Cold Weather Package may be useful in the coming winter.
But don't get all excited since all it means is that the car comes with a deicer, a more effective heater and a heavy-duty battery. To be expected very soon on the new LS is the appearance of the Lexus Enform with Safety Connect, and integrated XM satellite radio receiver. The 460L is equipped with the Advanced Pre-Collision System (APCS).