The letter F stands for a lot of things, but at Lexus it should stand for fast. It’s the designation used on the brands sportiest models and this year that lineup expands to include the GS F. Continue Reading...
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Lexus is planning an “F” version of its GS sedan that will be powered by an uprated version of the 5.0-liter V8 powering its new RC F performance coupe. Continue Reading...
There might be a new crop of “GS” badge wearing Buick vehicles waiting in the wings. Continue Reading...
Lexus has decided to discard a technology in its vehicles for the 2014 model year that you probably didn’t care about in the first place. Continue Reading...
In Japan, Toyota offers the Mark X model that is built off of the Lexus GS platform as a sportier sedan option for its home market. And similar to how the GS was refreshed for the 2013 model, the Japanese automaker has updated its Mark X sedan in Japan. Continue Reading...
Standard in the Lexus GS 450h flagship, the brand is being recognized for innovating a new air conditioning system that delivers luxury quality while cutting the power required to achieve those ends. Continue Reading...
Lexus has just announced that they’re adding to the GS family with a GS 250 variant, revealed ahead of its global premiere at the 2011 Guangzhou Motor Show. No pricing was announced with the reveal, but it will go on sale starting June 2012 and it appears to not have any significant aesthetic changes compared… Continue Reading...
Looking to compete against BMW’s 520d and Audi’s A6 2.0 TDI, Lexus is flexing its hybrid muscles and developing a smaller hybrid engine for its new-generation GS. Given its success in building and selling hybrid engines and models, it’s no surprise that Lexus is looking to add a smaller h-variant for the European market, which… Continue Reading...
Lexus is introducing a world’s first with their 2013 GS 450h, boasting the first premium performance sedan to be equipped with a V6 Atkinson cycle gas engine and two-motor hybrid system in a front engine, rear-wheel-drive vehicle. The hybrid version of the 2013 GS made its official debut at Frankfurt Motor Show packing 338-hp with… Continue Reading...
After the reveal of the all-new 2013 GS350 at Pebble Beach, Lexus is soon planning to unveil both the F Sport and 450h variants. The 450h will be Lexus’ attempt at delivering V8 performance with a hybrid 3.5L V6 powerplant. While we can’t see any styling changes in these teasers, we anticipate there to be… Continue Reading...
And now, drumroll, please…at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, Lexus has unveiled the all-new GS350,with sharper styling and sportier handling. The new GS is wider than the outgoing four-eyed model, as befitting an entirely new platform that is even more rigid but stays within the same size. Lexus engineers focused on making the car more… Continue Reading...
Lexus is set to launch its next-gen GS at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance on August 18, and the vehicle will feature a much smaller engine. Reports from Thailand say that the new model will have an available smaller 2.5-liter V6 engine, along with bigger six cylinder engines. The smaller engine will mean the Japanese… Continue Reading...
For over a decade now, Lexus has been the most popular luxury brand in the U.S, but the Toyota-owned company has struggled in the European market due to a lack of diesel engines. Lexus hopes to change this in the coming years as a diesel option becomes available for the next-gen GS model. Lexus will… Continue Reading...
We were huge fans of G Sports’ Mark X Sports Concept back at Tokyo Auto Salon and are glad that those lucky photographers and writers out in Japan got a chance to see it up close and personal. Dino Dalle Carbonare is no stranger to AutoGuide, having worked with us back in the Modified Mag… Continue Reading...
Toyota has recently announced its G Sports conversion car series that will be sold through Toyota-brand dealers in Japan throughout 2010. These G’s series vehicles are designed for owners interested in having a unique vehicle and several of them took center stage at Toyota’s booth at the 2010 Tokyo Auto Salon. We have heard plenty… Continue Reading...