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The major change for the 2014 Lexus GS is an 8-speed automatic transmission for the rear-wheel-drive version of the GS 350. New technology features include additions to the Blind Spot Monitor and Pre-Collision System, some options changes, a new Ultra-Luxury Package and refinements to various features.
A full restyle, inside and out, gives the 2013 Lexus GS sedans an edgier appearance an adds new levels of luxury, while extensive re-engineering efforts yield a car that's both more economical and more fun to drive, particularly when fitted with the optional F Sport Package.
The GS 450h gets the same minor styling tweaks for 2008 as other GS sedans, notably a revamped front fascia, enhanced exterior color and interior trim choices and turn signal indicators in the side-view mirrors. A power rear sunshade also joins the extensive array of standard equipment.
In the 2015 GS 350 and 450h luxury-performance sedans, Lexus has created a 4-door luxury car with a coupe-like appearance, a long list of impressive luxury attributes and a healthy dose of performance and technology features. The GS 350's refined V6 engine delivers an impressive blend of power and economy, while the GS 450h hybrid amplifies fuel-economy figures without any appreciable loss in performance. Positioned against such stalwarts as the Mercedes-Benz E-Class, Audi A6 and Cadillac CTS, the GS rises to the task without missing a beat. From its sophisticated yet user-friendly in-cabin technology to its hushed ride and impeccable build quality, the 2015 Lexus GS 350 and 450h redefine what a luxury-performance sedan can be.