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Lexus GS F specs

Car type 4-door saloon
Curb weight 1844-1855 kg (4065-4090 lbs)
Wheelbase 112.20 m (4417 in)
Power / weight 256 ps (252 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 285 Nm (210 lb-ft) / t
Introduced 2016
Origin country Japan
Average fuel consumption 13.3 l/100 km (18 mpg US / 21 mpg UK)
Price in Europe €98,700
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Performance

Top speed 270 kph (168 mph)
0 - 50 kph 2.1 s
0 - 100 kph 4.9 s
0 - 130 kph 7.4 s
0 - 160 kph 10.3 s
0 - 200 kph 15.8 s
1/4 mile 13.0 s
60 - 100 kph (4) 5.2 s
60 - 100 kph (5) 6.3 s
80 - 120 kph (5) 6.3 s
80 - 120 kph (6) 8.3 s
80 - 120 kph (7) 11.4 s
80 - 120 kph (8) 15.6 s
100 kph - 0 33 m (109 ft)
200 kph - 0 136 m (445 ft)
Lexus GS F acceleration graph

Powertrain

Engine type "V8 DOHC"
Displacement 5.0 l (305 ci)
Power 473 ps (467 bhp / 348 kw) @ 7 rpm
Torque 527 Nm (389 lb-ft) @ 4 rpm
Power / liter 95 ps (93 hp)
Efficiency 36 PS per l/100 km
Power / €5000 24 ps
Transmission 8-speed automatic
Layout front engine, rear wheel drive

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Monanysou  1w  

Sad to hear GS-F go. Although Lexus's sports cars had difficulties placing themselves among competitors, they were never bad cars. As Joannes Bays wrote below, Toyota's reliability is also part of Lexus brand.


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cosimo  1w  

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Jonnes Bays  1w  

I used to have a Toyota. A tiny, ugly 2003 Yaris.
I specifically bought it (new) to drive me around the town. And it did. Impeccably for 230 000kms. Never before have I had a car that was mechanically 100% fault free before that.
I am a petrolhead and I love performance cars primarily, but this car hard earned my respect. Just my personal experience with Toyota.


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cosimo  1w  

Im more curious as to why you bother anymore?...

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cosimo  1w  

What does a modified car have anything to do with Toyota NOT being reliable and sensible?

and where did i say it was modified ? is it because it couldn't beat anything in stock form that you're bothered ? lol it's a toy-yo-duh! what did you expect ferrari f40 performance or bugatti veyron ? lololol

we were talking about reliability where you pull something unnecessary out of your finesse-end to prove that modern turbocharged cars aren't reliable since the emissions got tighter, please give us a break and stop coming up with these big bang theories. if this was the case, then your beloved pos 911 turbo wouldn't last for a month including the panny sausage that comes with pep boys battery for extra juice that vw group enjoys underrating.

if we were to talk about stupid, then you've already bypassed everyone including br2+ that has his ways when he enjoys twisting words and has all the love for all sorts of cars including a nazi tank, if it were street legal.


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saxy  1w  

True.


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BR2+  1w  

Im more curious as to why you bother anymore?...


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saxy  1w  

Cosimo really has a way to redefine the word stupid.

What does a modified car have anything to do with Toyota NOT being reliable and sensible?

What is with you and diapers? WTF are you talking about? I assume you're talking about the Dodge Viper? calling people names and calling cars other names, these are elementary school behaviors. Seriously, just grow up. And I never liked the Viper. Nor did I ever wanted to buy one, nor do they even sell them in my country.

maybe if you weren't stuck up Hitler's ass you'd make some sense sometimes.


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BR2+  1w  

I quite like the GSF, Lexu still fk'd up on most there cars designs and should fire the guy responsible, Apart from the huge gril and headlights, Its an attractive car, Could care less how fast it is round a track, If that was the case id go for something else, simple because a car has performance, Doesnt mean supposed to be as fast as a GT3..


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Fastedee  1w  

Lotus exI get 240r my bad.


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Fastedee  1w  

Right there with a 2005 exige 240s


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cosimo  1w  

finally found it!

this puts it between Ford Mustang Ecoboost 1:15:4 and porsche cayenne gts 1:15:6 it beats an suv by 00.00.1 lololol

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Fastedee  1w  

I'm sure it did under 1:20 at Hockenheim.


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cosimo  1w  

probably the replacement of their failure normally castrated v8 and future boring sport cars

2018 Lexus LS Basic Specifications

Engine: 3.5-liter V6, direct fuel injection, twin turbochargers Layout: Front engine, RWD and AWD Transmission: 10-speed automatic Horsepower: 415 Torque: 442 Wheelbase: 123 in. (3,125 mm) Overall length: 206.1 in. (5,235 mm) Height: 57.1 in. (1,450 mm) Width: 74.8 in. (1,900 mm) Wheels: 19 or 20-inch

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cosimo  1w  

the only reason Toyota doesn't make a truely "competitive car" is because they know making such a car will be unreliable and it's simply not worth losing their top reliability branding to go toe to toe with the Germans. Cuz face it, All German manufacturers have gone down in engine reliability (first time this has happened in like decades) all because of the addition of turbos.

was this dyno queen unreliable too ?

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maybe you're butthurt cause your dream kart diaper will be changing lanes soon and the fart noise will be put to mute forever


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cosimo  1w  

it's because they have more profitable things to do - building Priuses, Yaris Hybrids etc. :D

that's why they will never be able to develop anything worth mentioning

they beg yamaha engineers to help them work on their cylinder heads, how pathetic is that ?

this is what toyota is good at building for $150 without anyone lending them a hand

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saxy  1w  

Lol, you say the RCF and GSF are slow and no match for the Germans, yet many enthusiasts prefer them over the German turbo machines. The GSF is more composed than your M5 and what not is a better drivers car. The "fat" cumbersome car is the German.

the only reason Toyota doesn't make a truely "competitive car" is because they know making such a car will be unreliable and it's simply not worth losing their top reliability branding to go toe to toe with the Germans. Cuz face it, All German manufacturers have gone down in engine reliability (first time this has happened in like decades) all because of the addition of turbos.
The more a cars performance is stretched out, the more it'll likely fall apart. And Toyota know where their market is - people spend sensibly and don't want gigantic repair bills.

I just brought in my little German car to the dealership, those bill costs... jeez


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FastestLaps  1w  

Don't discount Toyotas ability to make competitive performance engines. Let's not forget LeMans 2016 - Toyota was faster than both Audi AND Porsche.


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FastestLaps  1w  

their v12 is hardly pumping out 340hp

That doesn't necessarily mean its bad engine. For most V12es power is not #1 priority anyways - low rpm smoothness, lack of noise and vibration is.

And I think they only sell V12 cars in Japan and in very limited numbers. They don't have a "halo" V12 for global markets yet, and it's not because they can't make it, it's because they have more profitable things to do - building Priuses, Yaris Hybrids etc. :D


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cosimo  1w  

If Toyota developed V8 turbo engine, it would be rival for Audi RS and M5. Maybe. It depends on what Lexus want. If they wanted to compete with M5 & Co they would make something competitive. Like they did with first gen Lexus IS-F which was competitive with BMW M3 E90 4-door.

toyota can't develope brakes that could withstand corolla's 1.8l and 132hp, you expect them to slap turbos on a v8 engine ? their v12 is hardly pumping out 340hp, which is not bad when comparing it to a ferrari v12 carburettor engine from 1950s

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FastestLaps  1w  

This is not an M5/CTS-V competitor. It has F as a logo but it's not much faster than the 550i/Vsport.

If Toyota developed V8 turbo engine, it would be rival for Audi RS and M5. Maybe. It depends on what Lexus want. If they wanted to compete with M5 & Co they would make something competitive. Like they did with first gen Lexus IS-F which was competitive with BMW M3 E90 4-door.

But it looks like they will kill the GS model line altogether and spend money on stupid crossovers.


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cosimo  1w  

the f must stand for fatass fanboys from murica ?


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hostboy  1w  

This is not an M5/CTS-V competitor. It has F as a logo but it's not much faster than the 550i/Vsport.


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cosimo  1w  

it should be used as a taxi in hong kong and thailand, maybe the delivery folks will deliver on time too ?


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saxy  1w  

The lack of a turbo was this cars' ace up its sleeve. Too bad to see it go. I'm still waiting on them to make the ISF again but all we got is the RCF.


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FastestLaps  1w  

There is a rumor going around that Lexus will kill GS. Seems like it was just yesterday when Clarkson was driving this thing around Eboladrome and generally liking it.

Too bad the turbo engine didn't make it to this car. Could have been a nice performance sedan competitor in the 5-series / A6 class.


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cosimo  7m  

can someone post the lap time at hockenheim ?

i hear it performed like a pig

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