So while I was out relaxing at the beach with the family, the Internet blew up with new spy shots of the next-generation GS — let’s take a look at a couple of the images, starting with the front:
Judging by the mesh grille, I’d say we’re looking at the F Sport trim level — have to say, I’m surprised by how much of the LF-Gh has been carried over. The front grille is a touch smaller than the concept’s, but it’s very true to form. One thing: I’m not really a fan of the side mirrors, though they do have a bolted-on look so there many be no need for concern.
The headlights are difficult to read — I don’t know what to make of the dotted LEDs, but I’ll hold off judgment until I see them without camo.
If I had to guess, I would say those are 19″ wheels — which would continue to suggest we’re looking at the F Sport model. Beyond that, Lexus has done an excellent job in hiding most everything else from the side profile, so let’s move on to the rear:
It’s difficult to say for sure, but it looks like a rear diffuser between the integrated exhausts — the Lexus camo hides most everything else, including the rear lights.
Perhaps the biggest photo of them all is this grainy image of the interior, though it really doesn’t show all that much:
At first, I thought we might be seeing a leather trimmed dash as well, but it’s starting to look like camouflage the more I look at it — regardless, the navigation slope in the center console looks similar to the current RX design. It would also appear the analog clock seen in the LF-Gh concept is making it to production — which is a nice move by Lexus to get away from their old-school digital clock.
I really recommend checking the full-size images over at World Car Fans, and be sure to share anything you notice in the comments.
(Thanks to everyone that sent this in!)