2020 Lexus ES 300h: Review

© Mike Meredith, Automotive Content Experience© Mike Meredith, Automotive Content Experience
Inner Space
Inside, the ES 300h continues the Lexus tradition of providing space and comfort for occupants — in this case up to five adults. The driver-centric cockpit displays all the information a driver needs via an LCD instrument panel that includes a large analog tachometer, digital speedometer and multi-information display. The Lexus Multimedia System is positioned high above the center stack, and our test car included the optional Navigation Package with its 12.3-inch display. The Remote Touch Interface pad in the center console controls functions on the screen and gets updated with a larger surface area and haptic feedback.

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