In 2008, Lexus launched the brand new and screamingly fast LS 600h L. It would mark a historical moment for the carmaker, being that this would be the first luxury full-sized sedan that was powered by a hybrid engine. It used two powerful electronic motors in combination with an ultra-fast 5.0-liter V8 engine to combine to produce 438 horsepower with standard all-wheel-drive and a suite of options Lexus had become famous for. While 2009 saw no substantial changes made, there were plenty made for 2010. A new front bumper, grille and new taillights graced the car, and now Bluetooth/iPod/USB integration was standard. A few new optional add-ons were added as well as new packages, and the trunk space was increased due to better placement of the hybrid battery. Between model years 2011 and 2012, the only thing that changed was the removal of the stabilizer suspension system. In 2013, Lexus redesigned the LS 600h L, unveiling a more stylish and capable model. The 2014 model offered new technology updates for iPhone users and subtle changes were made to the interior trim.