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Photo Gallery: Lexus GS 250 in Austria

2013 Lexus GS 250

For the (recently completed) Lexus GS press launch in Austria, Lexus Europe released dozens of new photos of the fourth-generation sports sedan — rather than publish them all at once, I’m going to divide them up into three groups, starting with the GS 250:

The GS 250 uses the same 2.5L engine as the IS 250, making it a fuel-efficient alternative to the GS 350 — unfortunately, it’s not available in North America.

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    DillonD
  • June 20, 2012
GS 250?!?! I want one!!! 
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    David G.
  • June 20, 2012
Is that a 3D map on the NAV?
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    Khris Rodriguez
  • June 20, 2012
I also like that they have other interior color options.  I like the light leather color it makes the interior pop more.
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    cMac_Knoxville
  • June 20, 2012
I know the GS went on a diet, but I wonder what the performance is like? It might give a slight indication how the IS250 will fare after the redesign... If Lexus keeps the same engine at launch but lowers the weight, it might have more get-up and go along with higher MPG. We can hope...
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      cMac_Knoxville
    • June 20, 2012
    And what I meant is... what's the GS250's performance like. We know how the other variations are.
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    Anon
  • June 21, 2012
I would call it adequate, don't think they have developed the engine all that much as emissions are still very high compared to other brand engines this size. 0-62 takes 8.6 secs, CO2 is 207 g/km, Top speed 144
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    MT
  • June 21, 2012
Welcome to beautiful Austria :-)
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    mrxandthexfactor
  • June 21, 2012
These pictures define the word: 'beauty'.
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    Tiberius
  • June 21, 2012
The GS 250 is here in South Africa as well. Before driving it I thought the performance of the 2.5 V6 might be a little disappointing in the GS, but is exactly the opposite. I was amazed. And it has an exhaust note that is almost similar to that of the GS 350. If someone puts you in a GS and doesn't tell you whether it is a 250 or 350, takes you for a spin, you are going to have a little trouble knowing which one you are in. It's simply amazing.
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    Aypues
  • June 21, 2012
WTF?!? WHY DO THEY GET 3D NAVIGATION????

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