The new Lexus GS has been unveiled at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance in California. It's bolder than the current car, packed with high-tech kit and, Lexus says, more fun to drive.
The GS introduces 'a new design philosophy,' Lexus says, with a bolder, more sculptural look than the current car. Pronounced bonnet creases, an angular grille and gaping air intakes give the front of the car a more aggressive look.
Tapered door sills, a rear diffuser and L-shaped LED lighting details help to add drama, while new paint technologies – including glass flakes incorporated into the coating – are designed to give a more radiant finish.
Lexus claims that there's almost 25% more boot space, while the door openings and bootlid have been designed to make access as easy as possible.
There's more high-tech kit than before, including the option of a 12.3-inch multimedia screen and an 835-watt Mark Levinson stereo system.
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