By far, the biggest news from Lexus at this year's Frankfurt Motor Show will be the unveiling of the LF-Ch hybrid hatchback concept. That doesn't mean Toyota's luxury brand won't have more to bring to the show later this month, though, and among those vehicles will be updated versions of the LS and GS Hybrid sedans.
There aren't any major changes to either of these machines that we know of, so this is mostly just a styling refresh. Up front, both hybrids will get a new grille that closely mimics the pattern that was debuted on the HS 250h earlier this year. That means horizontal bars will take the lead with a large Lexus emblem surrounded in a faint blue hue.
Other changes will include new color options, side mirrors with integrated LED turn signals and updated audio and navigation systems inside. See both refreshed machines in our gallery below.