Lexus GS 450h F Sport (2013)

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Lexus GS 450h

Lexus GS 450h F Sport

The generation Lexus GS features an exterior reflecting a further of Lexus’ unique, L-finesse philosophy, making the car look and more dynamic.

Though the same length, the new GS has a 10mm front overhang, a 10mm rear overhang and is 30mm than its predecessor . Improving speed stability, the front has been increased by 40mm and the track by 50mm. Overall width has increased by 20mm.

Key to the new is a more aggressive frontal which gives the new GS the powerful, road presence appropriate to a sports sedan.


In a further of a styling cue first developed on the CT . the inverted trapezoid upper and slanted lower grille been combined and integrated a single element, bridging the mid-section to create a prominent shape. The brake cooling at either side of the spindle combine a distinctive style engineering functionality.

This elegant and highly individual treatment makes the GS instantly as a Lexus at first glance, and be adopted throughout the brand to the Lexus family identity model ranges.

The grille is by headlamp clusters clearly on a higher plane than the itself. This is a unique of Lexus models, focusing the eye at the apex of the vehicle to give the a resolute look and strengthen the of speed and agility.

2013 GS 450h F Sport

The headlamps are underscored by newly developed, LED Daytime Running Lights which form the L-finesse motif, further reinforcing the visual signature of the new GS.

Exclusive to the GS 450h . a unique three-lamp aligns the turn signal and high and low beam LED lamps in a horizontal row. The improved and beam range provided by LED offers significantly superior even under low beam conditions.

Integrating sharply front foglamp housings, the front bumper forms a trapezoid shape which muscular front wings and wheel arches, reinforcing the new wider front track, stance and powerful road

In profile, the new GS shares its predecessor’s elegant cabin proportions and window design highlighted by a steel door frame But a new, 15mm higher reflects the increase in rear accommodation and boot space providing optimum aerodynamic for a drag coefficient of Cd 0.26.

The handle design has been making it easier to grip, and the entry lock mechanism has changed from a push to a touch sensor, improving appearance and operability. The door now incorporates both an LED side signal lamp and a puddle Both the door panel and the gap between wheel arches and have been reduced, enhancing the appearance of the new GS model

To the rear, the new design narrows the flared wheel arches, the lower portion of the rear to emphasise the vehicle’s wide track. LED lamp clusters aero-stabilising fins to enhance the efficiency and driving stability of the Uniquely, the rear bumper of the GS covers the exhaust pipe

In addition to its new headlamp design, the new GS may be further identified by hybrid-specific, rear and side blue

F SPORT Exclusive Features

The F package is available across the GS model range. F SPORT design features include front grille and bumper, bumper and lip spoiler treatment, 19 and grade-specific badging.

The F SPORT bumper design features a three-dimensional form at the sides, enlarged side grilles. with an exclusive, upper and grille mesh design, reinforces the new GS’s more appearance, wider track and stance.

To the rear, F SPORT engine models feature a metallic paint finish to the diffuser. The Lexus GS 450h F diffuser combines grey paint with a chrome moulding to the lower section of the to further enhance the vehicle’s presence.

All F SPORT models benefit from a grade-specific spoiler and exclusive, dark metallic 19 alloy wheels.

Colours

The new GS is available in a choice of 11 including three that are new to the colour palette: Crimson Meteor Blue and Sonic Vehicles in Crimson Red benefit glass flakes incorporated the coating, adding a high of brilliance to the paint.

Lexus developed a new advanced coating for the Sonic Silver finish. The new GS is the Lexus to adopt this new technology. Vehicles with the Silver exterior appear radiant as an additional metallic gives both strong and defined, sharp highlights. metallic effect makes and defined bodylines more and the surface appear finely

INTERIOR DESIGN

An ergonomically driver-focused cockpit enabling to remain alert and comfortable long periods of time is an requirement of a sports sedan.

The new GS represents a continuation of the next Lexus interior design first seen in the CT 200h. all functional driving components in the driver’s seat surroundings, it outstanding ergonomics with Human Machine Interface

Driver Focused Cockpit

A elegant dashboard design a wide horizontal plane, the overall roominess of the interior, the door and centre console support the driver and front in a secure, cocooned environment.

The is divided into two distinct an upper Display Zone, the largest, ultra-wide, 12.3 LCD multi-display screen yet installed in a car, located at an ideal for at-a-glance viewing, and a lower Zone, which allows to system controls such as the generation of Lexus’ award computer mouse-style Remote Interface (RTI).

Every of the driving position has been considered to create the ideal of controls, maximise comfort and driver distraction and fatigue

A new seat features a lower hip placing the driver closer to the centre of gravity, and combines holding ability with comfort. An extended seat range caters for the widest cross-section of occupants. As well as a new mid back folding adjustment, adjustment mechanisms include a headrest, shoulder support, support, 4-way lumbar and a cushion length adjustable by .

The airflow volume of the seat system has been increased to twice that of the current And soft padded, tactile to the centre console arm rest, pads and door arm rests enhance the long-distance comfort of the position.

The steering wheel an enlarged, 50mm telescopic to bring it closer to the driver, and has set at a low angle to facilitate large inputs without the need for the to move their body through over-reaching. Even the has been painstakingly analysed; no uniform throughout the entire of the wheel, its varying profile for a relaxing grip and smooth inputs.

Brake pedal has been optimised with a new shape and surface angle, and the size increased to 300mm for a fit and greater comfort.

The driver’s binnacle incorporates large Optitron dials. Minimising the eye movement from the road a new Head-Up Display (HUD) essential driving information. Its has now been significantly improved. By a wedge-shaped glass for the windshield and the PVC for displaying information, the clarity of has been increased as well as image projection avoided. The HUD now a wider range of information SPORT mode (tachometer) and ECO bar display in addition to the speed and displays already implemented.

The forward visibility has also maximised — slim A and a taller windscreen creating a field of view. And even the visibility range has been to allow the driver to readily the vehicle extremities, making it to place when manoeuvring in spaces.

Comfort, Convenience and Craftsmanship

Despite having an wheelbase length to that of its the new GS offers increased space and to all vehicle occupants. Both and rear door openings been designed for maximum of ingress and egress, with a focus on head clearance.

cabin occupants benefit a new seat back design is more comfortable for taller A greater seat sliding and seat height adjustment an increase in legroom and up to 30mm of headroom.

Rear seat benefit from new seats a revised seat back and redesigned cushion shape for comfort. A thin front design improves knee by 20mm, and headroom has been by 25mm.

Allied to a new, compact rear suspension a wider opening, increased length and reduced deck combine to make the new GS’s space more practical, and increase its volume to up to 566 litres (a 31% over the current GS 350). The of the hybrid battery into a format also increased the GS luggage capacity to up to 482 litres2 (a 61% over the current GS 450h).

the interior, high-quality materials and convey a contemporary, premium and feel, with a level of and attention to detail for which is globally renowned.

A new interior scheme replaces the traditional design with a more palette. The dashboard, floor and wheel are uniformly black to a sporting, luxurious feel. And the instrument panel features stitching — available in and ivory depending on the interior to enhance the premium quality of the environment.

Matching seat and upholstery will be available in a of six colours — Black, Grey, Saddle Tan, Brown and Garnet. In addition to Walnut and Bamboo wood newly developed Black and Aluminium bring a contemporary, look and feel to the interior

A world first, the steering of the GS 450h will be available in a bamboo finish, symbolising the spirit and environmental credentials of the Lexus Hybrid Drive

The GS interior’s air of sophistication and luxury is through Lexus’ painstaking to detail throughout. It incorporates crafted details such as metal trim, high stitching and the brushed aluminium of the audio system. A new analogue with LED indicators, carved an ingot, adds a unique

This beautifully crafted is complimented by an all-white LED interior system which creates an appropriate to a premium performance Reinforcing the GS’s highly on-board ambience, elements of the LED illuminate to greet the occupants as approach the car, even it is unlocked, activating and fading in sequence with the vehicle procedure.

F SPORT Exclusive

F SPORT model interior features include matching and seat upholstery also in Garnet -a grade-exclusive colour, with newly developed ornamentation, 16-way electrically F SPORT front seats, a headliner and pillar finish, a perforated leather steering and gear knob, Aluminium and dashboard trim, exclusive logo scuff plates and F badging to the steering wheel.

ON-BOARD TECHNOLOGIES

Several innovative technologies make a appearance in the new GS model range, a new, energy saving system with S-Flow and technologies, a second generation Touch Interface (RTI) to the world’s largest on-board display screen, and a choice of systems offering unparalleled and clarity.

Second Generation RTI 12.3 Multimedia Display

The generation Lexus Remote Interface (RTI) multi-function device has been enhanced for user-friendliness and ease of operation.

It now the world’s first slide joystick mechanism -a planar controller that is much a computer mouse, and the ENTER is now accomplished by simply pushing the Usability has also been through the addition of ambient and by minimising the difference in height the RTI controller and the armrest.

RTI allows to manipulate the cursor quickly and across the world’s largest multimedia display; a 12.3 full colour, LED screen an ultra-wide, 24:9 format. The size allows for the permanent of two types of information simultaneously, as map/audio, night view/map and input/incoming call.

Improved System

The new GS’ navigation has been enhanced by using TPEG (Transport Protocol Group) data including TFP Flow and Protection) information, lot availability and fees which allows to set a certain parking as destination.

S-Flow Air Conditioning Nanoe Technology

Considerably powerful than the previous the new air-conditioning features S-Flow to maintain optimum occupant whilst significantly reducing consumption. Using sensors it if the front passenger seat is If not, the system automatically all vents serving this The same happens to the rear when the S-Flow button is on. This maximises system

In addition the system measures the air temperature, interior air temperature and to determine the optimal level of air The target airflow volume is for each seat through Airflow Output (TAO) When the thermal load is (cooldown in summertime, warm-up in air conditioning is implemented in the entire car to obtain a comfortable interior Once the overall interior is stabilized, the system concentrates on occupied seats.

During the of the centralised occupant sensing system, intensive vehicle in wind tunnel facilities performed. The system was also tested on both test and actual roads to ensure it comfortable driving in a range of

In addition to the TAO control, upper and independent, multilayer air mix technology has adopted to achieve an environment for both driver, front and passengers. This allows for to set the upper air mix for coolness to deal effects of solar insolation, and at the time the lower air mix for warmth.

The new also introduces a 2-tier / Exterior Air Control which window fogging by inducing low exterior air to the upper half of the while maintaining excellent performance in the foot area by interior air. This ventilation losses which are to conventional control system cold exterior air is induced heated interior air.

The new GS is equipped with a new deodorizing which, in addition to the removal of and dust, etc. also exhaust gas from the ambient

In addition, the air conditioning system a new ‘nanoe’ technology system. air cleaning technology operates when the air conditioning is turned on. It 20 to 50Nm diameter nanoe -negatively charged ions in water molecules- into the via the driver’s side dashboard air

By attaching themselves to airborne and molecules, the nanoe ions been said to have an air purifying and odour eliminating They also deodorise seats and ceiling to create a cabin environment.

In addition, nanoe moisture content is 1,000 times that of ions, the emission of ions to water molecules is said to a moisturising effect on skin and acting to enhance occupant

Audio Systems

The new GS range may be with a choice of two audio

The standard system represents the generation of realism and clarity in sound. It features a fully Class-D amplifier capable of virtually distortion-free sound minimal voltage losses. The sound dynamics and rich generated by the high definition are faithfully reproduced by an enhanced, layout which features a front three-way system.

The new top of the 17-speaker Mark Levinson® Audio system creates based on the concepts of Effortless and Effortless Transient Response, combine natural dynamics high response and tracking to offer sound quality to that of a live, concert performance.

Using the same as those found in top-end audio systems, it features a developed, Generation III ML5 amplifier. Far the performance of the current GS sound the new amplifier generates 125 Watts per and a total of 835 Watts (75W and more power respectively the current system), whilst just 6.5 Amps -less a quarter of the power consumed by the generation system.

Developing the volume for the same power GreenEdgeTM power-saving technology has incorporated into each of the 17 GreenEdgeTM technology covers a frequency band than systems, giving an enhanced range.

The new Mark Levinson® features five, newly-developed, GreenEdgeTM Unity speakers a coaxial structure which mid- and high-range units the same structure. The all-round positioning of the five Unity gives consistent timbre for front and rear seat resulting in a whole new level of sound, definition, atmosphere and

DRIVING DYNAMICS

The new GS has been to offer customers a much engaging and pleasurable driving It combines sharp, responsive and excellent body control outstanding high speed and all the ride comfort expected a Lexus performance sedan.

The improvements to the next generation driving dynamics have achieved on three levels:

A bodyshell with a 14% increase in new suspension to promote optimum and stability whilst maintaining comfort, and more powerful for enhanced stopping power and

Adaptive Variable Suspension to further enhance ride stability, body control and response.

The Lexus Dynamic system; leading edge technology which offers the first integration of Dynamic Steering (DRS), Variable Ratio Steering (VGRS) and Power Steering (EPS), to every aspect of front and wheel control and provide sharp and confident driving with a more direct to the driver’s actions.

Body

Extensive computer aided has been used to optimise rigidity, ensuring precise movement in response to steering

The next generation GS features new rear suspension member and end module components. Increased or laser welding has improved to the door openings, rear body and rear partition. reinforcement or thicker gauge metal has been employed in the panel, front and rear and rear partition. And the design of the suspension member, rocker and dash panel has been stronger.

In combination, these have increased bodyshell rigidity by 14%, allowing the new GS to with much greater to the driver’s commands.

The new GS marks the of a completely new approach to the management of over the vehicle body aerodynamic damping. The basic involves bringing the flow of air to the vehicle body, using it to control the vehicle’s movement to handling stability.

Allied to flowing bodywork boasting narrow panel gaps and protrusions, the addition of numerous under-body elements and aero-stabilising further promotes vehicle and helps reduce wind to a minimum.

Particular attention has paid to rectification of the airflow the vehicle sides to provide movement damping. The smoothing of in and around the front and rear arches, and the reduction of air pressure the wheel arch itself to improved steering response, a ride and enhanced road In addition, the rear lamp feature aero-stabilising fins generate a vortex to the rear of the helping to improve handling

Acting in combination, these give the new GS optimum aerodynamic and a drag coefficient of only Cd

The new GS features a double wishbone and multilink rear suspension which combines legendary ride comfort with agility, optimum steering and a particular focus on rear

The front, high-mount, double suspension set-up incorporates designed, unequal length and lower control arms in aluminium, to both reduce weight and improve ride The rigidity of upper and lower the hub bearing unit and the steering has been increased to enhance responsiveness. Caster trail has increased to enhance straight stability and steering feel.

roll attitude, the stabiliser arm has been improved, the stabiliser spring rate increased, and the absorber rebound spring substantially increased. In addition, bushing has been enlarged to the transmission of vibrations.

To the rear, an multilink set-up with toe bars and an aluminium rear carrier has been completely The spring and shock absorber been separated to increase efficiency and create a more design which improves the luggage capacity.

Rear has been significantly improved the addition of a rebound spring; stabiliser shock absorber arm the replacement of suspension ball with bush joints; the of the toe control arm at the rear and the minimisation of toe during the suspension stroke.

In to greatly increasing rear these components also to improve the new GS’s roll ride comfort and straight stability, whilst reducing Ride comfort has been improved by the adoption of low-friction oil in front and rear shock

F SPORT Suspension

F SPORT feature retuned front and suspension to further enhance the of the Adaptive Variable Suspension system, maximising body and steering response for improved agility.

Both front and shock absorber characteristics been modified to optimise AVS control, and the adoption of low-viscosity oil friction for improved shock efficiency. In addition, the rear shock absorber has been further to the rear, and the lower enlarged and stiffened.

In combination, modifications maximise the AVS system’s of body roll and, improve the vehicle’s response to inputs for increased agility and a engaging driving experience.

334 x 30mm ventilated discs to the and 310 x 18mm solid discs to the the GS’s braking system has designed to offer drivers power and control, with pedal feel and a consistently performance. Simultaneously, tyre characteristics and ABS control have been enhanced to minimise distances.

Brake booster has been increased, and the pedal angle and ratio changed to instant response to changes in pedal force and greater Brake cooling performance has been improved through an in ducted cooling airflow minimising brake fade under protracted use.

The GS Electronically Controlled Braking system characteristics have been modified to provide responsiveness from the first of the pedal.

Lexus GS 450h

All GS models fitted the F SPORT package are equipped larger, 356 x 30mm ventilated discs. A world-first, the hat section of the two rotor has been fabricated in to both reduce weight and heat deformation.

Adaptive Suspension (AVS) system

The Variable Suspension (AVS) allows the driver to fine the GS’s ride characteristics a choice of two damper settings; mode, for everyday driving and ‘Sport S+’ mode, for body control and precise to steering input whilst

In response to driving operation, body motion and road conditions, AVS automatically adjusts the of the suspension at all four wheels activates the adjustable damping shock absorbers to fulfil a range of specific control

Selecting the AVS system’s ‘Sport mode automatically increases the between inner and outer absorber damping through to further reduce vehicle Simultaneously, VGRS automatically the steering gear ratio by 10% whilst the Electric Power (EPS) increases steering torque by some 4%. These combine to minimise body sharpen vehicle handling and steering feel for the ultimate in sedan driving.

Drive Select System

The next GS features a Drive Mode function that allows the to choose between ECO, SPORT S and SPORT S+ driving maximising either the vehicle’s efficiency or its dynamic abilities.

In ECO Mode, engine power throttle opening and air conditioning are automatically to maximise fuel In addition to moderate drive changes, the air conditioning functions are adjusted, limiting ventilation At temperatures below 10C (for GS and 3C (for petrol version) the heater switches on automatically. The changes to recirculation as from 20C and the volume is lowered when in Additionally, the air-conditioning stays off until engine cooler reaches 30.5C.

The ECO mode can be by turning the dial anti-clockwise. selected, the meters and the ‘ECO indicator are illuminated blue.

In S mode the powertrain is adapted to acceleration response. In the petrol this results from a timing change; in the hybrid it is achieved through drive and engine responsiveness enhancements in the and full throttle range SPORT S mode can be selected by the dial once clockwise. selected the meter illumination red and the SPORT S mode is indicated on the screen.

Available on GS models equipped the Adaptive Variable Suspension SPORT S+ mode combines the S mode’s enhanced powertrain with coordinated control of the Dynamic Integrated Management 5 VDIM) including Adaptive Suspension (AVS) and Electric Steering (EPS). When with Lexus Dynamic (LDH), also Variable Ratio Steering (VGRS) and Rear Steering (DRS) are

All these enhance the new GS’ and steering rewarding the driver the ultimate in sporting driving The SPORT S+ mode can be selected by the dial twice clockwise the meters red and the SPORT S+ mode is on the 12.3» screen.

In addition, a new Control system, activated SPORT S and SPORT S+ modes are enhances the performance of the GS 350AWD’s transmission. With the gear level in D-range, Sport-D automatically shifts down the gear when the vehicle a corner and maintains the gear cornering, making maximum available to the driver as he exits the

When M-range is selected, the benefits from the total of fully manual gear via steering wheel mounted paddles. With rapid up and throttle blipping on down customers can enjoy the most sporting driving experience the new GS has to

Enhancing the enjoyment of the new GS’s breadth of driving style the ambient illumination of the driver’s changes to a tranquil blue in ECO whilst switching to red in both S and SPORT S+ modes. Switching to S and SPORT S+ modes in the GS 450h changes the system power into a tachometer.

The Lexus Handling (LDH) System

The GS 450h F SPORT can be equipped the Lexus Dynamic Handling making it the world’s first vehicle to feature an integrated steering system.

The leading platform technology of the Lexus Handling system offers an of Dynamic Rear Steering Variable Gear Ratio (VGRS) and Electric Power (EPS), to coordinate every of front and rear wheel and provide agile, sharp and driving behaviour with a direct response to the driver’s

Monitoring vehicle speed, direction and driver inputs, LDH the optimum angle for all four Using VGRS to the front and DRS to the the system can independently control front and rear wheel angles to greatly improve response, rear grip, stability and overall agility cornering.

The LDH system monitors speed and yaw rate, steering and speed, and lateral G to calculate the rear wheel steering to a maximum of 2.0 degrees. At most below 80km/h the front and wheels turn in opposite In certain conditions at speeds 80km/h, front and rear turn in the same direction.

coordinating DRS with VGRS and the Lexus Dynamic Handling will automatically customise the suspension tuning and active systems to suit road vehicle speed and driving giving customers the confidence to exploit the new GS’s exceptional performance.

ENGINES AND TRANSMISSIONS

In the new GS model range is available a choice of three powertrains; the GS full hybrid, featuring a generation Lexus Hybrid system; a revised GS 350AWD, increased power and greater and the Lexus GS 250 . featuring a 2.5 litre V6 is new to the GS model range.

Reinforcing the commitment to the future of full drive technology, the new GS 450h is with a second generation Hybrid Drive system.

comprehensive improvements to every of its full hybrid powertrain, the new GS offers significant reductions in consumption and CO2, NOx and PM emissions, no loss of performance.

With a system power output of hp, the GS 450h will accelerate 0-100km/h in 5.9 seconds and has a maximum of 250km/h. Conversely, fuel has been reduced by 23% to 5.9l/100 km, and CO2 have fallen to 137g/km.

Hybrid Drive System

As with every Lexus vehicle, the new GS 450h is a full capable of operating in petrol or modes alone, as well as a of both. Its Lexus Hybrid system features an ultra-smooth 213kW/290DIN hp, 3.5 litre V6 petrol mated to a compact, high-output, permanent magnet electric the two powerplants driving the rear both independently and in tandem, as

In addition to the petrol engine and motor, the new GS 450h’s hybrid system further comprises a a high-performance nickel-metal hydride a power split device via planetary reduction gears, and re-allocates power from the electric motor and generator to operational requirements, and a compact control unit to govern the speed interaction of the system

3.5 Litre Atkinson cycle V6

specifically for the hybrid powertrain, the 3.5 DOHC, V6 petrol engine from several technical It adopts the Atkinson cycle to the fuel-efficient benefits of Lexus Drive.

With conventional petrol engines, there are when ‘fuel enrichment’ necessary, cooling exhaust to prevent degradation or destruction of the converters. Because the intake close late in an Atkinson engine, compression is delayed. creates a high expansion for less compression, reducing and exhaust energy losses and combustion energy to engine more effectively. As a result, the temperature is lower than of conventional engines.

Further in fuel consumption have achieved through a high compression ratio of 13:1, a mid-port intake tumble and the adoption of next generation direct injection technology.

is the latest evolution of Lexus’ 4-stroke, direct injection With one injector installed in the chamber and a second mounted in the port, it combines the strengths of direct and port injection, optimum engine efficiency the power band and improving across the rev range, whilst fuel consumption and emissions.

The new GS next generation D-4S features new slit-type injector with a modified port a higher fuel pressure for efficient combustion, and idle injection for improved NHV characteristics.

noise, vibration and friction has lowered through the adoption of chain technology, a piston pin change and a reduction in the number of belt reinforcement ribs.

In engine durability has been through the removal of all external oil and environmental performance enhanced by a catalyst which contains reduced levels of precious

Additional Hybrid System Improvements

The cooling performance of the system’s Power Control (PCU) has been improved the adoption of dual cooling and a single-piece, integrated DC/DC

System control has been The PCU boosts motor drive to a maximum 650V in SPORT S and limiting it to a maximum of 500V in ECO to provide a more environmentally-friendly performance.

The electric motor lighter mounts and a reduction in And the system’s regenerative braking range has been expanded, to further improvements in fuel

In addition, the battery layout has redesigned; a new stacked configuration luggage space.

Expanding the line-up to offer further in fuel economy and emissions, a 2.5 V6 petrol engine is available for the time in the Lexus GS model

The V6 features D-4S direct and Dual VVT-i (Variable Timing-intelligent) to both intake and camshafts, enhancing engine

It develops 154 kW/209 DIN hp at 6,400rpm and of torque at 4,800rpm, accelerating the GS 250 from 0-100km/h in 8.6 seconds and a maximum speed of 230km/h. consumption is 8.9l/100 km, and CO2 emissions

The new 2.5 litre V6 is mated to Lexus’ Super ECT’ close-ratio automatic transmission, which a sequential manual shifting As with the 3.5 litre engine, it numerous technologies including shift speeds, earlier converter lock-up and downshift blips- to support the range of modes available through the Mode Select system.

The 3.5 V6 petrol engine of the new GS 350AWD has revised to lower both consumption and emissions.

The advanced V6 D-4S direct and port and Dual VVT-i (Variable Timing-intelligent) to both intake and camshafts, significantly enhancing performance and reducing fuel

It develops 233 kW/317 DIN hp at 6,400rpm and of torque at 4,800rpm, accelerating the GS from 0-100km/h in 6.3 seconds and on to a speed of 190km/h. Fuel has been reduced to 10.2 km, and CO2 emissions are 237g/km.

The ‘6 ECT’ close-ratio 6-speed transmission features a sequential shifting mode. It incorporates technologies including faster speeds, earlier torque lock-up and downshift throttle to support the range of driving available through the Drive Select system.

The GS 350AWD’s controlled all-wheel drive is designed to improve traction and by automatically varying front-to-rear balance from 50:50 to as as 20:80, providing exceptional under all driving conditions.

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