Lexus is expected to preview the next-generation LS with an all-new concept at the Tokyo Motor Show but new details are starting to emerge about the production model.
According to Motoring, the company's range-topping sedan will indeed be offered with a fuel-cell powertrain. While we've already heard this before, their sources are indicating the model will also have an all-wheel drive system.
Nothing is official at this point but previous reports have suggested the FCV variant will use an upgraded version of the Toyota Mirai's powertrain. However, the model is expected to have a shorter range of approximately 239 miles (384 km) between fill ups.