No LSS had supercharged emblem from Olds. Its the ultimate sleeper, no indication anywhere that they are a "performance" sedan. No spoiler, no GFX, no badge indicating anything unless you notice the extra * on LS or the unusual wheels and tire width, then the buckets and floor shift. I know thats how I found ours. I walked over to look at it because I saw the sun roof. After I got there and looked inside at the interior and noticed the wheels & tires I began to say "what the heck is going on here ? "
This actually has always been a trait of higher end American sedans like Olds, Caddy Buick, Mercury, Chrysler...............the cars never said much until you put your foot down...........subtle
86 LeSabre coupe, 90 Regency, 90 Ciera Cruiser and the 97 LSS have a new stable mate............06 G6 GTP coupe, white with taupe & black interior