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LS Hybrid Model Details

2011
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LSh 2011

The LS 600h L is among our finest vehicle to date. It also happens to be the world's first V8 hybrid. By pairing a 5.0-liter V8 gasoline engine with Lexus Hybrid Drive, the vehicle delivers smooth, quiet acceleration; great responsiveness; and 438 total system horsepower [1]. The 2011 LSh features a dynamic exterior with contemporary front and rear fascias including LED headamps and taillamps, standard 19-inch seven-spoke alloy wheels [2], plus outside mirrors with integrated turn indicators. Inside, rear seats are available with adjustable butterfly-type headrests and lumbar massage. The interior has an electronic gauge cluster with an ECO Driving Indicator that helps guide you to the most efficient use of fuel. There's also an ECO mode function that, when engaged, automatically reduces the throttle response and switches the climate-control system to an energy-saving mode. By allowing you to monitor and control energy consumption, the vehicle is mindful of both your preferences and the world's resources.


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Engine
LS 600h L
Type 90o V8, aluminum block and heads, direct and port fuel injection 
Displacement 5.0 liters (303 cubic inches) 
Valvetrain Four cam, four valves per cylinder, with dual Variable Valve Timing with intelligence and Electronic intake valve timing (VVT-iE
Electric-Drive Motor High-output, permanent-magnet, electric-drive motor 
Compression Ratio 11.8:1 
Total System Horsepower 438 hp [1] 
Emission Rating Certified Super Ultra-Low Emission Vehicle (SULEV II) 

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Performance
LS 600h L
0-60 MPH Acceleration 5.5 seconds [1] [5] 
1/4 Mile Acceleration 13.8 seconds  [1] [5] 
Top Track Speed (electronically limited) 130 mph  [1] [5] 
EPA Fuel Economy Ratings (city/highway/combined) 19/23/20 mpg [6] 
Aerodynamic Drag Coefficient 0.27 
Turning Circle 39.4 ft 

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Drivetrain
LS 600h L
Transmission Electronically controlled Continuously Variable Transmission (ECVT) with two-speed reduction and Snow mode 
Drive Wheels Full-time all-wheel drive (AWD) with TORSEN® limited-slip center differential [7] 
Final Drive Ratio 3.916:1 

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Chassis
LS 600h L
Suspension (front) Independent upper and lower multi-link double joint suspension arms, air springs with integrated monotube shock absorbers and stabilizer bar 
Suspension (rear) Independent multi-link double joint suspension arms, air springs with integrated monotube shock absorbers and stabilizer bar 
Adjustable Suspension Height-adjustable Adapative Variable Air Suspension (AVS) with electronically modulated damping 
Steering Variable Gear-Ratio Steering (VGRS), 2.3-3.7 turns lock-to-lock  
Brakes Four-wheel power-assisted disc brakes with Electonic Controlled Braking (ECB), four-sensor, four-channel Anti-lock Braking System (ABS), Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD), Brake Assist [8] and regenerative braking function 
Brake Size 14.1-in front, 13.2-in rear ventilated discs  
Wheels and Tires 19 x 8.0-in seven-spoke alloy wheels with 245/45VR19 all-season tires [2] 
Wheels and Tires (available) 18 x 7.5-in 10-spoke alloy wheels with 235/50VR18 all-season tires [9] 

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Body / Dimensions
LS 600h L
Type Five-passenger hybrid premium luxury sedan 
Type (available) Available four-passenger premium configuration [10]  
Construction Welded-steel unibody 
Overall Length 203.9 in (5,180 mm) 
Width 73.8 in (1,875 mm) 
Height 58.3 in (1,480 mm) 
Wheelbase 121.7 in (3,090 mm) 
Curb Weight 5,203 lb (2,360 kg) 
Fuel-Tank Capacity 22.2 gal (84 L) 
Headroom 38.0/37.9 in (965/963 mm) (front/rear) 
Shoulder Room 58.5/56.3 in (1,487 /1,432 mm) (front/rear) 
Hip Room 55.4/55.5 in (1,407/1,410 mm) (front/rear) 

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MSRP does not include delivery, processing and handling fee of $910. Excludes taxes, title, license and optional equipment. Dealer price will vary.

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[1]Ratings achieved using the required premium unleaded gasoline with an octane rating of 91 or higher. If premium fuel is not used, performance will decrease. [2]19-in performance tires are expected to experience greater tire wear than conventional tires. Tire life may be substantially less than 15,000 miles, depending upon driving conditions. [3]MSRP does not include delivery, processing and handling fee of $910. Excludes taxes, title, license and optional equipment. Dealer price may vary. Does not include accessory options installed by dealer. [4]Delivery, processing and handling fee is based on the value of the processing, handling and delivery services Lexus provides, as well as Lexus' overall pricing structure. Lexus may make a profit on the delivery, processing and handling fee. [5]Performance figures are for comparison only and were obtained with prototype vehicles by professional drivers using special safety equipment and procedures. Do not attempt. [6]EPA MPG Estimates. Actual mileage will vary. [7]TORSEN® is a registered trademark of Zexel Torsen, Inc. [8]Brake Assist is designed to help the driver take full advantage of the benefits of ABS. It is not a substitute for safe driving practices. Braking effectiveness also depends on proper brake-system maintenance, tire and road conditions. [9]18-in performance tires are expected to experience greater tire wear than conventional tires. Tire life may be substantially less than 15,000 miles, depending upon driving conditions. [10]If leg rest is in use, seating capacity could be reduced from four to three passengers. Back to top