The all-new Lexus GS will cost from £32,995 and is available to order now ahead of official sales in June. Two engines are offered - a 206bhp 2.5-litre V6 petrol and a 338bhp V6 hybrid – and four trim levels include SE, Luxury, F Sport and Premier.
Standard equipment on the GS range comprises 17-inch alloys, bi-xenon headlamps, LED daytime running lights and a rear-view camera. Also on the list are heated leather seats, climate control, steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters and DAB.
Moving up the spec list, Luxury versions add 18-inch alloys, front and rear parking sensors, blind spot monitor and sat-nav. F Sport models get larger 19-inch wheels, plus a boot spoiler and more aggressive bumper design. Inside, F Sport cars also add a perforated leather sports steering wheel and gear knob, sports pedals and four-way lumbar support.
F Sport cars feature the firm’s adaptive variable suspension and selectable drive modes. On 450h models, F Sport also includes the Lexus dynamic handling system, which features rear-wheel steering.