The new version of the Lexus LS, the Japanese Mercedes S-Class, has such a bold exterior design that it kinda overshadows the magnificent new interior. In an effort to remind us of the amazingly high levels of craftsmanship used to make the new cabin, Lexus released a new video highlighting the interior features, especially the Shimamoku steering wheel and trims featuring striped wood.
It looks pretty good, because it’s a high quality object. The wood veneer on the steering wheel alone takes three contractor companies, 67 processes and 38 days to assemble. But you will never tired of seating in the LS with this trims. The wood is complemented with light brown leather upholstery as well as black and aluminum parts to create a warm and fuzzy feeling.