If the Lexus IS F represents genesis, does that make the GS F the last supper?
Few, if any, long-term testers have managed to prove so popular with so many of our journalists, as well as various CarAdvice staff, as the Lexus GS F. Even after eight months, this is a performance sedan that has continued to deliver genuine desirability on so many levels including ride, handling, performance and comfort.
Sitting in a car so often, you get to develop some thoughts on how it's all put together. Here's what we think.
We've put around 1500km on the clock of the GS F since we first introduced the car and more of our colleagues have driven it. Here's what we like, and dislike, about the car.
We've driven the GS F across three different continents, but most of the time it was flat-out. So, what's it like to live with as a daily?
Following the hundreds of test drives and numerous launches I’ve taken part in over the course of the year it’s almost impossible to pick a favourite. Real highlights included Porsche’s entry-level 911 T, Hyundai’s first hot hatch, the i30 N, and the wonderful Alpine A110 I punted at Targa High Country, all of which deserve podiums for the sheer driving thrills...
Welcome to the inaugural CarAdvice Winners Circle, our debut annual award program showcasing our editorial team’s motoring highlight releases of the year. After some long and hard consideration of the pros and cons of more traditional award formats, it was ultimately reader and car industry feedback – through surveys, garage day chats and even a focus group – that moulded exactly the form Winners Circle would take...
About 108 kilometres (or 1hr 40 mins drive time) from Shibuya in Tokyo lies one of the world’s most thrilling stretches of road. It’s called the Hakone Skyline, and if you’re a bona fide car or bike enthusiast who likes to a have a bit of a crack on a twisty road, then drop everything and put this at the top of your bucket list...
Lexus has updated its rear-driven V8 muscle car, the GS F, for 2017. But does the new adaptive suspension trickery improve the breed?
Lexus turns up the wick on the conservative GS sedan, by shoving a great big V8 under the bonnet. So how does the 2016 GS F pull it all together?
Lexus lobs into the large super sedan segment with its V8-powered, rear-driven GS F, without a logical rival in sight. But does it deliver on the promise of blending luxury, high performance and driver engagement?