2013 Lexus IS official pictures released

Posted on Jan 9, 2013 by

2013 Lexus IS

The first official pictures of the new generation 2013 have been released ahead of the car’s debut at the 2013 . The new IS is inspired by ’s LF-CC concept and prominently displays the signature spindle grille on its nose.

With a laid back cabin design, the 2013  IS looks more powerful. The new IS’s increased width and longer wheelbase will mean more space of people and their luggage.  The center console controls feature a Lexus first: electrostatic switches that need just a finger touch to adjust the air conditioning temperature. Lexus will also be offering the F Sport variant of the IS.

There is no word on the official launch of the 2013 Lexus IS in the Middle East region as yet, but we expect the new IS to be available in the showrooms across the region within first half of the year. Here are some pics:

2013 Lexus IS


2013 Lexus IS


2013 Lexus IS


2013 Lexus IS


2 Responses to 2013 Lexus IS official pictures released

  1. Negro Reply

    November 12, 2015 at 9:17 am

    Funny, I read the statement while otrhes swear that hybrids are less expensive to insure because the demographics of hybrid owners show that they live and work in safer neighborhoods and the obvious jumped out at me. Maybe because I am an insurance agent or because I love to disect the words in a sentence to derive its meaning. Let me ask a question that probably has its own answer in the question. Is the insurance on the hybrid lower because of the owner or is the insurance lower regardless of the car, hybrid or not, because of the demographics of the owner. Insurance is a business of collecting premiums and paying claims. If a hybrid and a non-hybrid are parked in the same driveway owned by the same person? Hybrid is more for physical damage because most of the parts are new and expensive. Liability could be more or less depending on safety ratings. Overall I think it is more.

  2. Arshed Reply

    January 13, 2013 at 5:15 am

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