The company’s flagship model, the LS460, made its UK debut, while the GS300 LE was unveiled, of which just 250 will be made.
The LS460 is a rival to cars such as the Mercedes-Benz S-class, and is powered by a 4.6-litre 375bhp V8 engine.
It also features a wealth of safety equipment, and will be followed in 2007 by a petrol/electric hybrid version, the LS600h, and also a long wheelbase model. There will not be a diesel version. The GS300 LE is available now, and comes in one colour – metallic grey.
It includes 18-inch five-spoke alloys, a boot spoiler and side skirts, as well as leather and wood inside and a host of gadgets such as DVD satellite navigation, high intensity adaptive headlights and parking assist. It costs £37,350.