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Video: The New 2016 Lexus GS 200t

Lexus 2016 GS Rear

Lexus has released a video of the all-new GS 200t, and it’s our best look yet at the updated design:

By removing the exposed bumper and sharpening up the lines, Lexus has brought the GS in line with the rest of the lineup — have to say, the front-end design is going to look great with the Tri-L headlights.

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    Alshamsi
  • August 14, 2015
there's a video for the LX as well https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I7veeVxVgxk
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    aypues
  • August 14, 2015
Blane - #3, the MPG difference is caused by going from 17" to 19" wheels. MPG declines with increasing wheel sizes.
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    aypues
  • August 14, 2015
Blane, it is very real and happens to all cars and all car manufacturers. It is well known and documented. It's only a 2 mpg difference. I think the only reason that have to publish the difference is that they are selling a separate model with larger wheels. For the S-Class Mercedes, for example, they base the standard mpg on the 18" wheels. People with the 19" and 20" wheels are not getting the published mpg, but the people with the 18's are. The same thing happens with my friend's Prius. He has the 17" wheels on a package 5 model and never gets the published mpg which uses 16" wheels.
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    ACEtheOG
  • August 15, 2015
I love the GS, but personally would never consider a 4 banger in this segment and the new front end is too busy... GS-F was more tastefully executed.
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    Tinhinnh
  • August 15, 2015
I must say, I prefer the headlight shape (bigger) of the current ones better. And whats with the blank space at the bottom of the two main gauges?

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