It’s not news that Lexus has been going through a rebirth, and 2015 finds the company charging headlong into battle with the Germany’s performance icons. Keen to continue its recent inroads, the company is preparing and onslaught of new things to come during the next year—it’s a good time to be a Lexus fan.
General Motors might be in recall Hell these days, but they’re not the only automaker sending recall notices. Lexus recently announced their plans to conduct a voluntary recall of 10,500 of its 2013 GS sedans.
Recently, the Canadian Black Book recognized the Lexus GS with their Retained Value award for the third time in a row. ALG also awarded the car with a Canadian Residual Value Awards–Lexus’ second win in as many years. Seeing a trend?
There are a lot of cars you can mod to 1,000 horsepower, and when you do, you’re in for a wild and crazy adventure. Modifying a second-gen GS 300 to that level of performance, however, is a bit of a different experience.
Oh… Now this is a good comparison. We know (and love) the Lexus GS 350 F Sport. It’s actually my favorite Lexus to drive right now, and likely will be until the RC comes out. But then there’s the Cadillac CTS Vsport. If you’re looking for a worth opponent, this is it.