Gizmodo's Dream Car: Lexus LS 460

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If you're looking for car stoked with technology, the Lexus LS 460 has more techno-goodness inside than any other vehicle offered for sale in North America, says the Telematics Research Group (TRG).

What's the big deal? There's a 30GB hard drive for both music and navigation, and enough cameras to produce a TV talk show—three of 'em—to help you to park the thing as well as keep you in your lane. There's also the obligatory touchscreen voice-activated navigation system, Bluetooth for your phone, live traffic reports and a rockin' 19-speaker Mark Levinson sound system that can play back MP3s. And then there's that eight-speed automatic transmission.


You'll see the LS 460 rolling out this fall, replacing the Lexus LS 430. We're hearing there's even a hybrid LS model on the way. Too bad it costs upwards of $60,000 or we'd be blogging from one right now.

Survey Results [Telematics Research Group, via Autoblog]