2013 Lexus LS 460 F-Sport Revealed on Facebook
By Jake Lingeman
After teasing the silhouette of the 2013 Lexus LS 460 on Faccebook last week, the company has revealed the entire car.
It's actually the F-Sport version of the Lexus halo sedan, and it will wear the corporate, aggressive, angular front end seen on the GS model. The body looks more muscular than before, with a sportier set of wheels to go along with the new look.
The world premiere of the car is set for Monday, when Lexus will show the car to guests at an invitation-only event in San Francisco. The car will be offered in the basic trim and long-wheelbase and F-Sport versions.
The 2012 Lexus LS 460 was priced at $68,505, including shipping charges, at its release last year. We'd expect this model to be a tad bit more. Last year prices increased only about 1 percent across the board.
Lexus is expected to release more details Monday on its Facebook page.
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