The Lexus LM is a people mover designed with high-end buyers in mind. A lot of people will be driven around in this vehicle rather than getting behind the wheel.
There are LM two model grades available, and the range opens with the LM350h from a tick over $160,000. That’s for the front-wheel drive version, while the all-wheel drive is $5000 dearer.
The three-row, seven-seat 350h has two captains chairs in the second row and three in the third row.
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The luxury vibe of the LM is most evident in that second row, with the captain’s chairs offering six-way power adjustability, heading and ventilation, an ottoman, a pull-out table, a massage function, hands-free controller and more.
Tech wise there is a digital rearview mirror, and a 14.0-inch touchscreen, a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, a head up display, seven USB ports, a smartphone charger and a rear 14.0-inch multimedia display.
The LM350h comes with a 2.5-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine and a parallel hybrid system, offering up a total system output of 140kW and 239Nm. It is paired with a continuously variable transmission (CVT).
The extensive safety suite includes intersection assist, and a pre-collision system with vehicle, pedestrian, bicyclist and daytime motorcyclist detection, and a lot more.