The changes are accompanied by a modest price rise, with all GS hybrid and LS models $400 dearer than before and all GS petrol models costing $470 more.
All GS and LS models now get Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA) as standard, which detects cars approaching from either side of the car when reversing - particularly handy when backing out of 60 or 90-degree angle parking spots.
In addition to RCTA, Lexus' Enform internet connectivity suite also becomes standard on all models along with SD card based sat-nav, fixed speed camera warnings and dual USB ports.
For the GS range, the GS 350 F Sport gets the high-end Mark Levinson audio system as standard, while the GS 250 F Sport and GS 300h F Sport can be optioned with the high-end stereo as part of an enhancement package.
The Mark Levinson audio is already standard on all LS models.
While there are no external upgrades to the MY15 GS and LS range, both get high-rigidity windscreens bonded with new adhesives which increase the torsional rigidity of the bodyshell. The GS also gains reinforced A-pillars for even more strength.
For the GS range, Titanium Silver replaces Elysium Blue in the exterior colour palette.
All prices do not include on-road costs.
- GS250 Luxury: $77,000
- GS250 F Sport: $85,000
- GS300h Luxury: $79,400
- GS300h F Sport: $87,400
- GS300h Sports Luxury: $102,400
- GS350 F Sport: $99,900
- GS350 Sports Luxury: $111,600
- GS450h F Sport: $112,500
- GS450h Sports Luxury: $123,900
- LS460 F Sport: $189,430
- LS460 Sports Luxury: $194,630
- LS600h F Sport: $217,630
- LS600hL five-seat: $249,630
- LS600hL four-seat: $259,630
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