Although Lexus didn’t debut anything new at the Tokyo Auto Show this week, it still marked the home country debut of the next-generation GS — Lexus president Akio Toyoda was on hand to reveal the car to the assembled press.
So far, my review of the 2013 Lexus GS has covered the mechanical improvements and examined the new exterior styling, so today, let’s look at largest leap forward compared to the previous model — the interior.
News has emerged of a potential partnership between BMW and Toyota (and by extension, Lexus), with BMW supplying diesel engines in return for access to Toyota’s hybrid technology.
Do you live close to Las Vegas? How would you you like to drive all three versions of the next-generation 2013 Lexus GS, along with its main competitors like the BMW 535i & Mercedes 350 Sport?
After a four-year evaluation period, Lexus will finally be coming to India, with the first dealerships expected to open in early 2013.
Much like their Lexus GS 350 F Sport review, Inside Line’s write-up about the GS 450h is an excellent first look at the next-generation hybrid sedan.