The new 2016 Lexus GS F was unveiled at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show on January. The GS F targets for a segment between a standard luxury sedan and track car. It is a luxury sedan with control of a sports car and the room for five adults. The GS F is a special car that most people can enjoy and at the same time would surpass the hopes of the most perceptive driving enthusiast.
There is a V-8 5.0-liter engine under the hood that generates 467 hp and 389 lb-ft of torque. The power is sent via an 8-speed automatic transmission with paddles shifters to the rear wheels. The 2016 Lexus GS F’s V-8 engine produces the aggressive power and sporting performance and also takes on the Atkinson cycle that is faintly improving gas mileage under some circumstances. There are available 4 driving modes, Normal, Sport, Eco, and Sport S+. Intended for equally the track and the street, the Sport S+ is signifying it still delivers a substantial safety net.
Features And Equipment
Three modes including Slalom, Standard, and Track are available to improve handling and power application that come from a torque-vectoring differential system. To add performance, the 2016 Lexus GS F comes standard with 15-inch front rotors and 6-piston calipers, 19-inch wheels in 255/35 front tires and 275/35 back, and a 300 pounds weight cut lighter than German rivals.
Exterior And Interior
The 2016 Lexus GS F looks aggressive with design focused on the movement of air and cooling. There are large air vents in the front fenders, huge front air vents, the naturally aggressive bar grille, a carbon fiber back spoiler overhead 4 chrome exhaust pipes and a lower and broader posture. Inside, the GS F gets a multi-display device cluster display that changes according to the 4 driving modes, an F-exclusive steering wheel, and extra supportive front and back seats. There are also a 12.3-inch display, navigation, the Touchscreen interface, and Active Sound Control.