2023 Lexus ES Exterior

What's New for the 2023 Lexus ES?

The all-new Lexus ES is here for the 2023 model, bringing significant changes. For starters, it's getting a new platform that will make it more agile and efficient. It's also getting a new engine to deliver better performance and fuel economy. Finally, it's getting a unique design to make it stand out. Are you in the market for a luxury sedan? The new Lexus ES is worth a look.

What Are the 2023 Lexus ES Trims & Features?

If you're in the market for a new luxury car, you may wonder which trim level of the Lexus ES is right for you. The base ES has the best value, offering many of the features and amenities of higher-priced models. If you want a bit more luxury, the Luxury trim level is a great choice, with features like heated and cooled seats, a power sunroof, and more. The Ultra Luxury trim level takes luxury to a new level with features like a Mark Levinson sound system and a heated steering wheel. Finally, if you're looking for pure performance, the F Sport trim level is for you, with a sport-tuned suspension and more. Ultimately, your best trim level depends on your individual needs and preferences.

2023 Lexus ES Interior

How Much Horsepower Does the 2023 Lexus ES Have?

The 2023 Lexus ES comes with two different powertrains. It has a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 203 horsepower, while all ES350 trims have a 3.5-liter V-6 engine that makes 302 horsepower. Both engines are paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission, which sends power to the wheels.

What Safety Features Does the 2023 Lexus ES Include?

The Lexus ES comprises safety features to keep your family safe while driving. Some of the features include:

  • A pre-collision system with pedestrian detection
  • Lane departure alert with steering assist
  • Automatic high beams
  • A road sign assist function

The pre-collision system uses a windshield-mounted camera and radar to detect potential collisions with other vehicles or pedestrians. It will then warn you and apply the brakes automatically to help avoid or reduce the severity of a crash. The lane departure alert uses a camera to monitor your vehicle's position on the road. It will sound an alarm and provide a visual warning if you start to drift out of your lane.

The automatic high beams use a sensor to detect when oncoming traffic is present. Finally, the road sign assist function uses a camera to recognize road signs and displays the information on the dashboard screen.

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