Pricing for the LS 500 starts at $76,225 (all prices include the $1,025 destination fee). The LS 500 may be the entry-level trim for the LS lineup, but it's handsomely equipped with things like 19-inch wheels, LED taillights, ultra-compact LED headlights with cornering lights, a hands-free power trunk, a power moonroof, rain-sensing windshield wipers, and auto-dimming exterior mirrors with puddle lights as standard exterior features. Standard safety features on the base LS 500 include a rearview camera, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, and park assist.
On the inside, the base LS 500 features a heated and leather-trimmed steering wheel, dual-zone climate control, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, auto door close, a power rear sunshade, Lexus Enform Wi-Fi, Amazon Alexa and Apple CarPlay compatibility 16-way power-adjustable, heated, and ventilated front seats, a 12-speaker audio system, a 12.3-inch color multimedia display, navigation, active sound control, active noise cancellation, and a remote touchpad.
There are numerous optional packages for the entry-level LS 500. The Cold Weather Package ($220) brings an enhanced interior heater, headlight washers, and a windshield wiper de-icer. The Lexus Safety System Plus A ($3,000) adds forward collision warning, front cross-traffic alert, automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, lane keeping assist, lane change assist, and a head-up display.
The Interior Upgrade Package ($3,730) adds a 28-way power driver's seat with massage functionality, leather door armrests, a suede headliner and sun visors, heated rear seats, and a perforated leather interior. Choosing this requires you to add organic art wood, herringbone art wood, or laser special wood trim for an extra $800. You also have to get a heated and leather steering wheel with wood trim for $410. Next, you'll have to choose between 20-inch wheels that cost $1,200 or 19-inch wheels that are only priced at dealers. So, the Interior Upgrade Package actually costs at least $6,140.
The Luxury Package ($12,290) brings power-reclining rear seats, a power cushion extender for the passenger seat, remote adjusting for the passenger seat, 28-way power front seats with massage functionality, a perforated leather interior, four-zone climate control, knee air bags for the rear seats, climate comfort, power sunshades for the side windows, and a leather- and wood-trimmed rear center console with its own seven-inch touchscreen. Once again, adding the Luxury Package requires you to choose some other options, including the $1,500 adaptive variable air suspension, the $1,200 20-inch wheels, a panoramic view monitor ($800), one of three art wood trims ($800), and a heated steering wheel with wood trim ($410). All together, the Luxury Package actually costs $17,000.
The Executive Package ($17,100) adds butterfly and retractable headrests, 28-way power front seats with massage, 22-way power rear seats with massage and power reclining, the perforated leather interior, the power cushion extender and remote adjusting for the passenger seat, knee airbags for the rear seats, four-zone climate control, the wood and leather rear center console with the touchscreen, the power sunshades, climate comfort, and a power recliner with an ottoman for the right rear seat. Opting for the Executive Package brings an adaptive variable air suspension system ($1,500), a 23-speaker Mark Levinson sound system ($1,940), a panoramic view monitor ($800), one of three wood trims ($800), a heated steering wheel with wood trip ($410), and either 20-inch wheels ($1,200) or 20-inch forged alloy wheels ($2,450). The least amount of money the Executive Package costs is $23,750.
Finally, the Executive Package with Kiriko Glass costs $23,100. It brings the same features as on the Executive Package, but adds Kiriko glass interior door trim and hand-pleated interior door trim into the mix. Going with the package requires you to add the same extra cost options listed above with the Executive Package, meaning this one with the Kiriko Glass really costs $28,950.