The 2024 Lexus LM looks like America’s most unattainable Uber

We can only dream of a big screen, comfortable seats and the quietness of a luxury car, while it is sold abroad.

The 2024 Lexus LM debuted as the latest iteration of the brand’s luxury subcompact lineup, but it’s sold overseas. The new LM wears stylish sheet metal, with a strong frame and a refined interior.

Inside, the LM offers up to seven seats, but the four-seat option includes a lounge-style seat facing forward and a 48-inch screen. Let’s pretend it’s too late and you’ve had too much to drink. So you open the Uber app, call for a ride, and before long,

a 2024 Lexus LM luxury truck is driving past the Taco Bell where you’ve just chowed down an entire pack of tacos. The LM’s sliding doors open to reveal a spacious interior with a lounge seating area as well as a 48-inch screen and a headrest that separates passengers from those in the front.

All you have to do is raise the privacy glass, get into the comfortable seats with their body control technology, pick up the ottoman that has been adjusted for size and maybe you are sleeping in the new car.

A quiet home protects you from the outside world. Don’t come to America
Unfortunately, for those of us who live in America, lounging around the new second-generation Lexus LM that debuted at the Shanghai auto show can be done in our imagination.

While the United States has ultra-luxury sedans like the Mercedes-Benz S-Class and extreme SUVs like the Bentley Bentayga, in this country we don’t have vans like the LM. Lexus is expanding the availability of the new LM by launching it in 60 countries,


including Europe and Japan for the first time. The lucky ones can take advantage of the many upgrades that come with the second generation of the minivan, including a structure that is said to be 50% stronger and a new suspension designed to improve the ride and reduce vibration. There is also a new driving mode dedicated to the comfort of the rear seat by modifying the damping force and limiting the effect of acceleration and braking.

To help make the LM’s cabin as quiet as possible, Lexus says it prioritized quietness by reducing various noise levels, including those caused by traffic and wind.

In addition to improving the sound insulation, the available motors and their mounts are modified to prevent noise and vibration. These engines are two hybrids, with one using a 2.5-litre four-cylinder petrol engine and the other supposedly offering more power thanks to its 2.4-litre turbo petrol engine. Unlike any other impact car

There is no mistaking the LM for anything other than Lexus. The company has used one of the worst versions of the pin grille for sure. Instead of defining its shape with a specific limit, Lexus lets the color enter the grille and reduces the space between the elements.

Overall, the LM is 201.8 inches long, 74.4 inches wide, and about 77 inches tall. Although all these parts are larger than before, the wheelbase remains at 118.1 inches.

No one needs to pull the tape to see that the Lexus LM is a large car, and that size contributes to a large interior, with more space for activities than any Mercedes or Bentley. While business owners and other wealthy types like to be drivers

Whether it’s warming up in the warm glow of the big car’s ambient light or using one of the two climate controls available, the 2024 Lexus LM aims to provide an experience Americans won’t be able to fathom in the country.

have. #vanlife rules can’t be manipulated by criminals. Instead, we’ll settle for thinking about luxury cars and their potential to be the ultimate Uber.