A single teaser photo of the 2016 ES reveals a new grille and headlights. But a radical makeover does not appear to be in the works.
Pricing, launch timing and technical specifications have not been released. The 2016 ES is expected to arrive at Lexus dealerships later this year.
The refined ES has been a mainstay in the Lexus lineup. More than 1.7 million have been sold globally over the past 25 years, according to Toyota.
Edmunds says: Luxury shoppers will be watching closely to see what kind of changes are in store for the most traditional car in the Lexus lineup.