Shoppers now have four models to chose from with Lexus having introduced the F SPORT to the 2022 ES Hybrid lineup. The ES 300h is the base model, followed by the new F SPORT model, then the Luxury, with the Ultra Luxury topping the range. All four models are powered by the same 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine augmented with a single permanent-magnet, electric-drive motor. Every model also comes standard with an electronic continuously variable automatic transmission and a front-wheel drivetrain.
In terms of features, full-LED exterior lighting, a power moon roof, and a color-keyed rear spoiler come standard across the board. The F SPORT comes outfitted with some of its own exterior accents and fittings as well as with 19-inch split-five-spoke alloy wheels. Inside, dual-zone climate control, ten-way power-adjustable seats, and perforated NuLuxe upholstery are standard, with heating and ventilation for the front seats standard as of the F SPORT.
An eight-inch infotainment touchscreen is standard in all but the Ultra Luxury model which instead gets a 12.3-inch multimedia touchscreen, which also features navigation, Enform Destination Assist, and dynamic voice command. Every model now comes standard with Lexus's Safety System+ 2.5 suite of advanced driver assists and the Ultra Luxury expands on that with a head-up display. Both the Luxury and Ultra Luxury get intuitive parking assist, with the top-end model adding rear pedestrian detection and a surround-view monitor.
Lexus ES 300h vs ES 300h F SPORT
Lexus ES 300h vs ES 300h Luxury
Lexus ES 300h vs ES 300h Ultra Luxury
Lexus ES 300h F SPORT vs ES 300h
Lexus ES 300h F SPORT vs ES 300h Luxury
Lexus ES 300h F SPORT vs ES 300h Ultra Luxury
Lexus ES 300h Luxury vs ES 300h
Lexus ES 300h Luxury vs ES 300h F SPORT
Lexus ES 300h Luxury vs ES 300h Ultra Luxury
Lexus ES 300h Ultra Luxury vs ES 300h
Lexus ES 300h Ultra Luxury vs ES 300h F SPORT
Lexus ES 300h Ultra Luxury vs ES 300h Luxury