It will be offered in Europe for the first time.
The LM 350h trim combined AWD with hybrid efficiency.
Lexus is known for manufacturing high-quality SUVs, sedans, and sports cars. Elsewhere in the world, in Japan, Lexus also makes kick-butt minivans. The new LM “luxury mover” will finally launch in Europe (lucky…) and introduce buyers and Lexus to a new market segment for luxurious, chauffeur-driven minivans. Designed with a perfect balance of luxury, comfort, and functionality, the LM is amazing.
The all-new Lexus LM is designed as a space for complete relaxation and comfort, focusing on the passenger’s experience. The LM has two versions, with four or seven seats, offering plenty of room for family, friends, colleagues, executives, celebrities, you get the idea. The four-seat model takes Lexus Omotenashi hospitality to an even higher level, with large, airline-style seats that can be made fully horizontal. Say goodbye to cramped legs on a long ride, and hello to ultimate relaxation in the LM.
The LM’s luxurious features can also include a bespoke 23-speaker Mark Levinson 3D Surround Sound reference audio system and a 48-inch HD widescreen monitor, where passengers can enjoy their favourite movies, TV shows, or music. A refrigerator is also present so that you can keep your drinks, snacks, and food chilled while on the move. You can control the cabin environment’s temperature, lighting, and window shades comfortably with your smartphone, making your journey even more relaxed and convenient, thanks to the Lexus Climate Concierge functionality.
The Lexus LM’s stunning design exudes luxury, with its highly rigid GA-K platform that provides a stable ride, making it the perfect vehicle for long-distance travel. The LM 350h model will be launched in Europe and it includes a 2.5-litre 4-cylinder hybrid electric powertrain, featured in the all-new NX 350h and RX 350h models, that provides a smooth, quiet, and fuel-efficient ride, perfect for the environmentally conscious. It feeds the standard E-Four electronic all-wheel drive which can split front/rear drive torque between 100:0 to 20:80 depending on needs.
The all-new 2024 Lexus LM is a dream on wheels, and we only wish Toyota would deem North America worthy. Unfortunately, we’re far too SUV-obsessed to understand the value of such an awesome vehicle. And yeah, the front grille’s a bit much…