2016 Lexus GS F, Now With 25 Percent Less Aggro

Derek Kreindler
by Derek Kreindler
2016 lexus gs f now with 25 percent less aggro

The upcoming Lexus GS F retains the IS-F’s intense shade of blue, but lacks the bulging fenders, giant wheels and other visual cues that scream “please take me seriously as an M3 competitor”.

Using the RC F’s 5.0L V8 and 8-speed automatic, the GS F will be positioned as a rival to the BMW M5, the Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG and the Audi S6. It will be the only super sedan to offer a naturally aspirated V8 as well.

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  • Sportyaccordy Sportyaccordy on Jan 07, 2015

    I'm with krhodes1 here- I am failing to see the point of these cars. F30/IS/ATS etc are the size of what I think of an M5 etc to be. These are huge. The extra performance/edge of this over a GS350 or an M5 over even a 535i (let alone a 550i) is wasted

  • DearS DearS on Jan 08, 2015

    If its priced well it should be competitive. It is not really an M5 competitor IMO, its a Sport 550i ($66k) competitor which is good. Although its amazing how much car/engine a Charger 392 is for the money. You can get his kind of speed for $35,000 less. The used car market is only going to get better :)

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