Lexus introduced their 2013 line of luxury cars at the “Lexus Laws of Attraction” exhibit in San Francisco this week, which included photography from some of the most well-known photographers in the artistic community. Of course, this was a Lexus exhibit, not a photography exhibit – cars from the new line appeared in all the photos, acting the third wheel to various couples.
Included in the new 2013 line is the LS 600hL hybrid, a continuation of Lexus’ offerings of hybrid cars. Otherwise, attention was squarely on the LS 460 line, Lexus’ flagship luxury sedans. Those sedans will feature new tech that allows for a smoother ride. Lexus Climate Concierge, which sounds ridiculously luxurious, will automatically regulate temperature inside the car to keep things comfortable. Lexus Enform is Lexus’ in-car infotainment system, which features integration with Bing, OpenTable (for restaurant reservations), MovieTickets.com, and Yelp. Enform also opens up access to many Internet radio stations like Pandora.
If the Lexus LS 460 line seems attractive to you, you’ll still need to wait a while before you can hop in the driver’s seat – pricing and availability haven’t been disclosed yet.