Lexus LM 300h MPV unveiled
We live in a world filled with oddities. You can add this to the list for just one moment: The Lexus LM 300h MPV that has just made its global debut. From the outside, the Toyota Alphard based minivan from Lexus certainly brings polarized reactions. Once the details on the inside begin to reveal themself though, the level of luxury is certainly a sight to behold.
As with every luxury vehicle, the real magic is inside where Lexus has reconfigured the cabin to sell the LM in what it refers to as an "opulent four-seat configuration.” Tailored to the “chauffeured needs of the urban, business-focused professional," the four-seat variant comes with two reclining and ventilated rear seats featuring low-density urethane foam providing passengers with the level of comfort similar to a sofa.
Alternatively, the LM will be available in a seven-seat layout with dual bucket seats for the first two rows and three seats for the rearmost row. According to Lexus, this variant also caters to business professionals, but with a need to carry members of the family as well.
The posh people mover will come with a wider variety of goodies, including a large 26-inch screen, glass privacy partition, retro-styled analog clock, and even umbrella storage like in a Rolls-Royce. Should you want to carry a champagne bottle, the LM is going to offer space for two in a minifridge.
Depending on the market, buyers will get to pick from either the LM 350 with a 3.5-liter engine or the LM 300h with an electrified 2.5-liter four-cylinder and will have to choose between a front- and an all-wheel-drive layout.
Watch the video below to see this luxury MPV from Lexus in more detail and tell us if you like it: