2013 Lexus GS

August 19, 2011 by staff 

2013 Lexus GS2013 Lexus GS, The redesigned 2013 Lexus GS 350 sedan is making its world debut at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, with all-new sheet metal, a cabin much more spacious and sophisticated new technology.

Lexus initially shows the five-passenger, rear-wheel-drive GS 350, which is powered by a 306 horsepower DOHC 3.5-liter direct injection V6 mated to a transmission shift six-speed sequential automatic with paddle shifters and multi-selector. All-wheel drive is optional.

F Hybrid and Sport editions also come to the GS in early 2012.

The 350 GS now accelerates from zero to 60 in 5.7 seconds. Top speed is electronically limited to 142 mph. Lexus said that fuel economy has improved, but did not provide estimates of the city or highway. The current 2011 GS 350 returns 19-mpg city and 26 mpg on the highway.

The outside dimensions of the new GS remain virtually unchanged, with the notable exception of the track, which is almost two inches wider. But the trunk space has expanded by nearly 25 percent, and more are on the back of his head, legs and knees.

The architecture has been extensively redesigned GS, with a more rigid structure and a revised suspension, including a multilink setup at the rear again. Alloy wheels and 225/50R17 tires are standard, but can be ordered in 18 – and 19-inch and combinations.

Among the technologies available in the GS 2013 350 a night vision system, head-up display, blind spot monitoring, helping to maintain lane, warning of unintended lane change, dynamic cruise control radar and a pre-collision system.

Lexus has completely revamped the cckpit of the GS, which gets a new high-resolution screen central control, automatic climate control, rear backup camera, LED lighting environment, three types of wood and lots of leather stitching contrast in the instrument panel, door panels, center console, steering wheel and shifter.

Lexus offers several entertainment / multimedia systems, including Enform own communications system and a murderer 835-watt 17-speaker Mark Levinson audio system.

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