Lexus LS 500h review, first drive

India Today | Oct 30, 2020 at 6:46 PM
  • When you think of flagship luxury sedans, the first names that pop into your head are likely to be Germans viz.
  • Front-seat occupants get to play with a 12.3in display but it doesn’t support touch inputs and we might have been okay with that but that laptop-style touchpad that needs to be used to access all its menus just isn’t intuitive enough.
  • Shifts from the complicated 10-speed transmission, a combination of a CVT and a 4-speed automatic, are quick and seamless and all in all, it is actually quite nice to drive for a car that will primarily appeal to those who prefer being chauffeured around.