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Lexus GS F Road & Track

Road & Track had a sneak peek at the new Lexus GS F sedan:

Say what you will about the gaping maw of the Lexus F cars. This GS has presence. The giant biting hourglass was first thing I saw when I walked into the studio, and the last thing I saw when I walked out. You don’t want to turn your back on it, and that’s the idea.  

The Lexus guys tell us the front and rear fenders and the carbon spoiler of the GS F are unique to the car, and designed for air management, and that an underbody tray was deemed unnecessary for their performance targets. Basically, A-pillar forward, the GS F is a new car. Meaner. Better. 

Accompanying the article are the very first real-life photos of the new high-performance sedan, and it looks pretty impressive:

(Even though the GS F is more aggressive looking than the GS, it doesn’t really go overboard — makes me wonder what the standard GS update is going to look like.)

Read the full Road & Track Lexus GS F coverage

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    Mike Forsythe
  • January 6, 2015
Breathtaking!!!
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      Hed
    • January 11, 2015
    No, not really. Not at all, actually.
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    RAL
  • January 6, 2015
I like the way the top of the spindle matches the contour of the hood. Headlights are sharp! The bumper from the headlights down no longer has that "after-market add-on" look. I hope this look carries over to the overall GS refresh.
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Okay me being positive ... I LOVE the backend design ... But from the front it kinda reminded me of the CT200h F-Sport ..... OVERALL its (7/10) for ME! And I'm REALLY REALLY disappointed of the Powertrain ... Seriously if I'm NOT a Lexus FAN!! I wouldn't think of getting the GSF instead of the E63 or the M5 (Think Middle-East) Hopefully in near future they START thinking BETTER!!
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    We can be a little more patient on that guys ... Cause I found out that the ALL BRAND NEW ... Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale 2015 Has 4.7 litter V8 - 454HP, 384 lb.-ft. (0-100) in 4.5 seconds So what could be WORST?? XD Here is a VIDEO: www.youtube.com/watch?v=ftvIyYYlAcU To escape (1:53)
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    GOOD POINT! And the Maserati is heavier, too, which isn't surprising considering how big it really is.
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      J.J. Chrizzles
    • January 7, 2015
    When I see the tail lights, for some reason I'm reminded of a Tesla.
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    Haha No worries, but the effects of the taillights do make the car look like a Tesla. However, I can relate those taillights even further back to the Altezza lights.
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    Travis
  • January 6, 2015
Looks better here then in the official Lexus folders. 1) I love the headlights and front end. Very bold and in charge like the RCF. 2) I do not like the wheels. Lexus has a thing for making over busy design wheels. 3) Interior looks great as always. 4) I have a bone to pick with the trunk lip.. it does nothing and its so small it might as well not be there. I would have rather something bigger or a different designed trunk. 5) The exhaust tips on this car look better then the RCF and ISF Cant wait to see how it drives.
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      Travis
    • January 6, 2015
    6) I have a bone to pick with those taillights... I thought they were ugly when I first saw them but upon longer inspection.... they are really cool and I want to see how they illuminate reminds me of the Lexus IS300 lights. ultimately. A different set of performance wheels, lower suspension and a exhaust system pretty badass car. Wonder what other interior colors we can get
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    Adriann06
  • January 6, 2015
Really wished they put the max tuned engine found in the RCF-GT3 boasting 540hp And just named this the F-Sport
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    Heilo
  • January 6, 2015
I love(use too) Lexus, but this could be the ugliest facelift since the beginning of time. Those so-called designers needs to be sacked from their jobs, pronto.
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    Dani
  • January 6, 2015
Makes me Wonder that there Is the old remote Control in it and not the new Remote Touch Interface like in the new RC or NX...
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      whateverdude
    • January 6, 2015
    It's simple really, Lexus decided to rush things up........They couldn't even produce a proper M5 killer. At least call it the F-Sport instead to show face.
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      showboat
    • January 6, 2015
    The Remote Touch controller actually is a step backward other than aesthetics. It is harder to point, compared to the slide controller which had positional representation on the menu. The execute click is also quite a push, and can also lead to adjustment of your intended menu selection. For this controller to be useful, it needs more tweaking.
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      RAL
    • January 6, 2015
    Surely the production model will have the Remote Touch Interface, don't you think?
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      Dani
    • January 7, 2015
    I Hope so, but why should Lexus hide it so far? Maybe the Navigation Screen is too big for the small Touchpad and it requires more than one slide to come from one side of the screen to the otherside? Otherwise the pad were too sensitive? I don't know it, just my considerations.
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      RAL
    • January 7, 2015
    good points . . . time will tell.
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    BOSS
  • January 6, 2015
I don't care for the HP but why does it share the same engine as the RCF? the GSF is in another class and you would think they would at least bump it up a bit, I'm confused. The style looks good, besides the tail lights, looks like the hybrid Sonata haha. I think it just needs to be beefier, not bad for first round of the GSF I guess. Can't wait to see this in person and future reviews.
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    codenamejanrei
  • January 6, 2015
Disappointed with the engine and output. It should just be an engine and output of an IS F. :(
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    z2cents
  • January 6, 2015
engine too weak..short by 100hp
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    ED
  • January 6, 2015
Looks better than first photos
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    Spencer Dyer
  • January 6, 2015
I'm a little disappointed the M5 and E55 have 570+ horsepower. I don't get this conservative crap Lexus does, like even the IS x50's should have more horse power by now.The RC-F is perfect. Case in point the like the IS 350, it was worth it to go from it to the IS-F for the extra 110 horsepower. There should be at least 100 horse power addition. Its not like they didn't have the engine the 4.5 liter 553 HP V10 from the LFA or they could have just tuned the current V8. I bet there will be at least a $10,000 - $15,000 price difference between this and the RC-F. I guess the rear doors will be really worth the additional price. C'mon Lexus stop doing just good enough!
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      Mike Forsythe the Lexfather
    • January 7, 2015
    The RC F has what 40 more hp than the M4 and there is barely a blip about that. There is no internet outrage that the M4 stock has less hp than the RC F stock. However when Lexus has less HP than the competition, its suddenly a big deal. I don't get it lol.
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      Spencer Dyer
    • January 7, 2015
    That's exactly the point. M fan boys will look at the RC-F's weight (4048 lbs)and the M4 torque (406 lb-ft.) Some tests may show the M4 off the line quicker. I do believe the RC-F is a better car from driving them both one right after other though. Not sure what part you don't get, if you come to play in this arena shouldn't darn near equal your opponent? This car will be tested beside the M5, E55, and the RS6 and it will look very bad for Lexus coming in last. I saw that this isn't supposed to be a direct competitor to the others, There's a commercial the puts the GS against Audi, BMW and Benz. But when they build an halo GS its not? C'mon.
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      Mike Forsythe the Lexfather
    • January 7, 2015
    The M4 is a quicker car off the line but the argument is about peak hp. Which again shows how that argument can work against someone. I fail to see how the GS gaining 162hp is a bad thing even if the competition has jumped to turbos and over 550hp. The GS F will never win mag racers and stat racers, nor most any Lexus. Lexus obviously knows a person wanting a 550hp car won't look at one with 467hp. What Lexus also knows is there are people like me happy with the brand where this car is the next evolution for a car purchase. We love our modified GS 350 F-sport and this is simply an amazing logical upgrade. Whats funny is when Lexus adds turbos, then the argument will jump to "oh I wish they kept it N/A". I've seen some of that with the new NX and the NX is selling just fine.
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      Spencer Dyer
    • January 7, 2015
    Looks like the only cars to compare it to would be the 550i, S6, and other cars alike. But we all here know that they won't do that to often.
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      abed
    • January 7, 2015
    the normal GS is a great car, but if you wanna compete with the germans you have to offer the best out there, remember, the germans do not have to prove them self, because they are known for making sports cars, but lexus is new in this department so they have to make something special, its like the LF-A, it was so special that it was even better than ferrari, lamborghini and so on....you have to get the first hit right or it will never work
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      abed
    • January 7, 2015
    thats right. hp isnt everything, the RC-F loses to the M4 because its heavier and has less torques....the GS-F is lighter than the competition but still has a lot fewer torques, so the M5 and E63 will beat it off the line and continue with that because they have a lot more HP...light is good in handling and economy...
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      Mike Forsythe the Lexfather
    • January 7, 2015
    How does the RC F lose the the M4? They are selling like crazy and in a biased review, the car was barely less than a second faster than the M4. The M5 and E63 beat pretty much ANYTHING 0-60 short of a a Bugatti lol. I thought we cared about overall performance? If the GS F can be more involving and more fun but its slower in acceleration then it clearly wins in other merits. Its kind of sad that so far everyone is bashing it for losing the 0-60 and 0-100 etc war and I haven't seen one thing about it having TVD standard which is a game changer.
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      abed
    • January 7, 2015
    its not just the numbers, the M4 handles better, thats a fact, off course being faster in every speed range is important too, the M5 will destroy the GS-F in every speed range, maybe on the track the gap will be smaller but there will be a gap....
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      Mike Forsythe the Lexfather
    • January 7, 2015
    It is not a matter of fact, it is an opinion. I've driven both at the track and I preferred the RC F. Again in measured testing the RC F was less than a second slower. That means with different drivers, conditions or even a different lap the RC F could easily pull ahead. So for all intents and purposes from a track perspective they are equal in regards to lap times from what we know. Of course people will prefer the M4 and some will prefer the RC F for different reasons. But please do not make it seem like the RC F is some laggard because that could not be further from the truth. You know the FRS is one of the funniest cars I have driven and it has gotten rave reviews. Why? It isn't because it has more power than anyone, it is because it offers an incredible driving experience and is fun and easy to master. I think Lexus is on to something with their F-sport and expanding F line :)
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    RAL
  • January 6, 2015
I just noticed the rear view mirrors appear to be black in color. I don't think I like it. They are going to appear plastic and too big on other colors like white and atomic silver. Reminds me of the stark and cheap looking "crafted line"
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    Steve
  • January 6, 2015
The reason the engine is the same, is because this is how Lexus produces vehicles. This is clearly why the IS F said farewell, as this is what replaced it. For those that want an M5, get an M5 then, lol. For those that think that this should be aimed to compete with an M5, strictly by specs, you are mistaken, as that is not Lexus' approach to compete with the Germans that way. (They have stated this several times, the F cars are just meant to be RELIABLE, safe, and fun to drive.) Lexus has done us all a favor by implementing technology to skirt around emissions regulations that would generally eliminate the V8 as an non-gas guzzler option and they have given the V8 extended life, under stringent CAFE scrutiny.
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      Mohammed Taha
    • January 7, 2015
    Lexus does not have the emission problem that the other manufacturers do. They've said that before. Toyota cars and Scion already cover that for them. Mercedes Benz, BMW, etc ... have that issue.
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      Steve
    • January 7, 2015
    Precisely. But in America, the naturally aspirated big block V8, is soon to become extinct, due to the fact that they consume a tremendous amount of petrol. Lexus has preserved a NA V8, by offering the cylinder deactivation. A TT or Supercharged V8, is not a NA V8, by any means, regardless of how much faster it is. It is nice to still see NA vehicles, not force induced ones or electric motors. Not saying I am against technology and performance, but come on, it's a V8 in a car, a sedan in this case, hotrod-like.
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      Mike Forsythe the Lexfather
    • January 7, 2015
    The engine is the same b/c that is how AMG does it, RS does it, M does it etc. Not sure why people are upset about that. The M5 shares the same engine in the X6 and X5. The AMG V-8 is in multiple cars, the new 4.0 V-8 will be in the GTS and C63.
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      J.J. Chrizzles
    • January 7, 2015
    But those engines I'm assuming were designed to accept turbos from the outset.
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      Steve
    • January 7, 2015
    I agree, it's just cost efficient. But what folks are upset about, is that the engine is tuned to the same #'s. Like the SLS and C63 used the same block, but different tunes. The F's have the same engines, same tune. The F Sports have the same engines, same tune as the non-F Sports. Apparently they don't like this. What it ultimately boils down to Mike. Folks don't love Lexus like we do. The GS F is awesome. It exists, it's going into production, and that is all that really matters.
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      Mike Forsythe the Lexfather
    • January 7, 2015
    Is this Steve from #lolcl? Hey bud! I agree that it would have been nice to see 480hp even. Totally agree with that. I just attended an AMG event last month and their new 4.0 tt will offer two choices, regular with around 460h and high end with 510hp. That is easier to to with boost and a smart move on Mercedes part. That said I already knew going in that there was a chance this got no power bump and it is what it is. The GS F won't win over people that prefer to talk peak numbers. The LFA, IS F, RC F are not those cars. For anyone that wants to talk peak hp, Germans or now the Americans (Hellcat, CTS-V) are the way to go.
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    tldh
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The GSF is not really meant to go head on with M5 or E63 AMG. It is more of an ISF replacement that offers value in a larger car. They are targeting the M3 or 4-Series Gran Coupe instead, while the RC/RCF is targeting 4-Series/M4. The coming LSF and LCF will most probably be the direct M5/M6 rival.
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      BOSS
    • January 7, 2015
    So if the LSF will compete with M5/M6 what do they have left to compete with RS8,Alpina B7 and S63 AMG?
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      Steve
    • January 7, 2015
    It's okay to compete with the Germans, and do things, the Lexus way. The F Marque cars do not have to be direct 1:1's to the BMW's, that's kind of silly, and it truly would be Lexus in the shadows of BMW. [Which is what all of the Beamer fanboys say anyway] Lexus is growing and making more sales, integrating these F cars into their line-up, just because it "get's beat by the BMW" by stats, doesn't make the F cars any less fun to drive. These F cars are simply the beginning, hopefully down the road we see factory CCS-R variants/trim levels for the street, for SERIOUS track days. There were those rumors of a more hardcore "Black Series-like" RC F down the road. So let us sit back, and be glad that Lexus is even making these current F cars.
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      BOSS
    • January 7, 2015
    Well I'm saying it doesnt make sense for an LS to market against a 5 series for example, get my drift? now that would be silly. Might as well move down and run with the Infinitis and Acuras. Of course it's ok to do it the Lexus way, but I'm confident Lexus does not want to be in lower tier than their German rivals.
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      Steve
    • January 7, 2015
    I hear you, and that's because the LS doesn't compete with the 5-series, totally different platforms. F marque cars are strictly about the driving experience and adding an impressionable/broader/younger customer base (for the rest of their lives). No amount of marketing is going to take the M3 fanboy away from the M3. Not even a similarly priced car, with more power and better handling. The Z06 destroys the optioned out M4, and fanboys still live by the M4 over the Z06. Just out of pride. Which is what cars are about. Not everyone has money to bandwagon from car to car. If you hate a car growing up, it doesn't matter what they come out with, you're going to hate them forever. But if you see these polarizing Lexus models rolling around, and you just are in love with them, when you get older, you're going to likely buy it, because you always wanted one. I would say the brand's name matters more than the actual #s the engine makes to most car buyers. Lexus (the youngest) is simply etching their own legacy against the legacies of the Germans. And Lexus is doing a kick ass job of it. I hear you, and everyone else, who wants the Lexus' to win in the specs/stats and have more power, we all do, because we love Lexus. But Lexus has stated many times, that they are not going to compete with the Horsepower Wars, we have to accept this strategy, because it's not going to change.
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    Mohammed Taha
  • January 7, 2015
Things I like: Tail lights Wheels are marvelous Interior - Lexus has excelled again Diffusers, Both front and back CF spoiler What I didn't like: The headlights, they look like they're squinting Basically, the whole front section. Why? They look like they're built around the headlights. What they should have done was make the L's go from a large L to a smaller one. They don't all have to be the same size. That way they can build more curves or edges into the car. As for HP and Torque. Stop being lazy Lexus. Seriously, stop it. If you want to beat the competition then you need to at least match them first. Learn from Mercedes. Look at the C63, E63, S63, G63, ML 63 etc ... What do they have in common? Almost nothing. What is stopping you from doing the same? Whoever is holding you down needs to get sacked. Throw everything you have into a car. You talk about passion, where the hell is your passion? Where is this "finesse" you talk about? You definitely bring out our emotions, the wrong type of emotions! I'm seriously disappointed. I like the car, I want to love it but it only gets a 6/10 from me with most of the points going to the interior of the car. What does Lexus need? A visionary. Someone crazy. Throw out rationality and create dream cars. Cars that people will look back at in 10 - 15 years and say, "these are the cars that started it all." So far, only the IS F and LFA can hold that title everything else is just Lexus doing its thing. Churning out cars that are basically the same. I wanna scare my wife when I step on the gas. I want people to break their necks checking out my car. I want to take my car to the track. I want a bipolar car that can coast when it's on Economy but transforms when it's in Sports mode. Completely changing its exhaust note, ride height, etc ... Do you catch my drift? Are you listening Lexus?
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      Thomas
    • January 7, 2015
    You dont make good or even exciting cars by being "crazy" ... They need better and smarter designers. They should scrap this model and ask Zagato to design the GS-f for them.
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      Levi
    • January 7, 2015
    With exception of some few cars, Zagato is crap, to say it in a raw way.
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      Mohammed Taha
    • January 7, 2015
    So you took "crazy" literally? I mean someone who does something out of the ordinary that is later labelled a genius. This car does not strike me as such. This car is a GS with a bigger engine and a few extra options.
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    abed
  • January 7, 2015
i dont see why would anyone buy this instead of the RC-F other than having a bigger interior, its heavier so its gonna be slower...and the RC-F looks a lot better....this car is a dead attempt, if they keep it with the same engine in the next few years then i think it will be canceled, i am feeling sad for lexus, because since 2008 they started making the right thing, offering the LF-A, IS-F, and then the current GS which is the best in its class, the IS is one of the best, LS is not in a good condition.....and then the RC-F which did disappoint a bit with its weight but still great car to look at....but this one is not right....
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      Spencer Dyer
    • January 7, 2015
    You're right they will cancel it and state "the people didn't want it" its a heavier 4-door RC-F. Not sure what they were thinking. Yes it will be reliable and built very well. They could have just done this for the a new IS-F and I doubt anyone would have complained.
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      abed
    • January 7, 2015
    if this was called the IS-F then it makes total sense....but GS-F....!!
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    NVlaar
  • January 7, 2015
LEXUS is just planning to make more new F models to say people that "WE R ENTERING THE PERFORMANCE WORLD"..Yes, I admit I'm also very sad with the numbers but I Hope next gen F models will finally Beat the rivals..For NOW they r just using the existing platform and engine to minimize the developing cost. They also have alot to spend big with their Hydrogen Fuel-cell cars. (sry for my bad English)
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    NVlaar
  • January 7, 2015
I really Hope LF-LC production car LC coupe will not share the same engine....AGAIN..:(
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    Travis
  • January 7, 2015
Alot of us see the HP number and dismiss the car already. I think it might surprise us remember a performance car isnt just the power... even tho more power more rapid :-) superior balance a great engine and usable power with a drive train to match will win the day.
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    MonsterEXPRESS
  • January 7, 2015
Damm i was set on buying the IS then the RC F came and am like I need that but only two doors now I have my car GS F baby. First let me say this is a Lexus a Japanese brand created by Toyota in 1980s. Lexus is different they arnt a follower but a leader. Thats why they the only brand that can compete with Germans brand that been around for more than 70 years and don't fail like Acura Infiniti Cadillic and all the others they don't follow the make their own path. I love this car. Only thing I wish this car had was a panoramic roof and the new controller. But that doesn't matter to me. It still great. The current GS F SPORT and GS line even hybrid kick ass, beating on everyone. I am tired of this argument Lexus isn't powerful enough. Horsepower doesn't mean thing. Any girl. Can tell you. Big isn't always better. You can have the bigger pipe but it how the pipe is deliver Autoblog Motortrend. Are trying hard to make Cadillic reinvent. 640hp is a lot give that to Cadillic but that doesn't mean they can compete. If all you want is a 600+ horsepower go out and buy it. I wish there was a place we can all talk about the GS F, instead of Complaining, Yes it doesn't have a 500+ engine. Get over it. Damm. Lexus F brand has kick ass without offering a power boost, people said the samething about IS F not enough power. Same with the LFA not enough power. Every car in the Lexus Line up same things. Lexus prove time and time again it doesn't matter. One thing I love about Lexus they aren't a follower!
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      NVlaar
    • January 7, 2015
    those R very wise words!
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      Tho
    • January 7, 2015
    Thanks ! I am with you
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      Riley Freeman™
    • January 7, 2015
    When it comes to luxury marquees... there are really two divisions to compete in. You have the standard Audi A5s and BMW 550i's and Benz E-Class cars with the Lexus GS350. Then, you have the coveted "performance divisions," such as the RS5, M5, AMG, etc. So far, only the Germans have had a strong hold in that division, along with perhaps Cadillac and their "V" cars. In that regard, Lexus is doing nothing but following. There is absolutely no leadership in that class. If you want to look to a company that can make a reliable, well-equipped, well-crafted luxury car, Lexus is your leader in most aspects. You want a luxury performance vehicle, Lexus isn't really worth considering outside of F-Sport cars. The F-Line falls short of its German competition, and if you aren't going to do it right, what's the point of even trying?? You just give German badge snobs and auto enthusiast sites, more ammunition to rag on Lexus and why they are wannabes. This car has been speculated and wished for, for so long. And after all this time, to not get a car with numbers right around what the Germans offer, is not acceptable. Lexus doesn't hold the brand clout the Germans do. People will except mediocrity from Mercedes or BMW, because they are Mercedes and BMW. People won't do that for Lexus. In order for people to give Lexus a fair shake, they need to exceed their German competition. Being "almost as good" won't cut it. And since sales in this sector will never be grand, if Lexus refuses to give performance enthusiasts want they want (i.e. high HP numbers for bragging right), then they might as well axe the F-line. One must remember that the 50-year-old wife of a businessman looking at the Lexus ES 350, is not the same person strongly considering an RC F or GS F. That market is for rich younger snobs who are numbers oriented. They don't care how reliable or smooth the car drives. They want performance, performance, performance! And they want big time numbers for bragging rights. Lexus needs to either do it right or forget it.
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      Steve
    • January 7, 2015
    If they want big time #'s you just void your warranty and aftermarket the vehicle, and tune it... SMH
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      Mike Forsythe the Lexfather
    • January 7, 2015
    Great post!!!
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      Hed
    • January 11, 2015
    No. Really no!
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    Tinhinnh
  • January 7, 2015
I hope/think this is just a stopgap until the next GSF with TT V8 and 600hp+?
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      Riley Freeman™
    • January 7, 2015
    People said the same thing about the current re-re-refreshed LS, and it turns out that wasn't the case. It was a full production cycle model.
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    Rob Grieveson
  • January 7, 2015
Terrible frontal design! A pity as the rest of the car is ok, this is big and brash I suppose for the American market, but do not think the Europeans will like it much.
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    clubae86
  • January 7, 2015
Definately a giant step up from the original IS-F. Kinda wish it has Turbo/Supercharger thou. (500+hp as compared to the german rivals)
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    Melike
  • January 7, 2015
Yesterday when I look at this i am sort of disappointed, But looking at it again today actually starting to liking it. dang it looks nice (still not liking that exhaust tho)
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    D Flo
  • January 8, 2015
Does this also mean they will do a facelift for the GS 350?
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    peter1958
  • January 8, 2015
I like the new front end but feel it would look much better on a 4 door RC "coupe". It doesn't blend well with the rest of the GS. I don't think you can successfully graft a modern sporty looking front onto what looks like a "middle aged" car. Such a dramatic front possibly should have been saved for the next generation car. Long term this GS will still be a hard sell in my opinion. If I were Lexus I would build on the best points of the RC and NX for its future vehicles - the C Pillar design, the beautiful sporty silhouette and strong wheel arches.
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    Chase
  • January 8, 2015
I just read up on an interview with the head designer for the GS F and my suspicions seemed to have been confirmed; it was stated that the performance of the RC F and GS F are quite similar, and that this decisions was for customer preference (whether one wants a sedan or coupe). This makes me feel that the GS F is in some way an MS competitor, and maybe an LS Coupe will be the M6 competitor and maybe a GS FS to compete with M5. Very odd, and it must needs to be priced right.
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      abed
    • January 10, 2015
    from what i heard the GS-F is the last F model to join the line...so lexus is not planning to take on the M5 after all, what a shame, they could revive the IS-F and make the GS-F with more power, and thats it, all of your problems are gone....
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