Naveen Soni, President, Lexus India, said that the response indicates preferences shifting to luxury MPVs.
The LM is based on Toyota’s GA-K platform, which underpins the Toyota Vellfire. The launch of the product is slated for later this year.
The new LM comes with a wall between the driver and passenger area, airline-style recliner seats, a 48-inch TV, a 23-speaker surround-sound audio system, and pillow-style headrests in four-seater form.
Fold-out tables, heated armrests and ottomans, USB ports, wireless phone chargers, reading lights and vanity mirrors, a fridge, rear glove boxes, and an umbrella holder are also included in the LM's rear cabin. It also provides a dimmable glass divider panel that can be lifted and lowered for privacy.
In addition, the vehicle also has a new voice control option for the rear passenger, which allows them to issue commands such as closing doors or regulating the temperature. A two-part sunroof is also available on either side of the overhead console. Rear passengers can change the climate, seat functions, interior lighting, window blinds, and music settings using a separate smartphone-style control panel.