The GS F also wears a mean new version of the now familiar ‘Spindle’ grille design, flanked by a pair of deep intakes and, behind the front wheels, tall brake vents.
It is unlikely that the regular GS range will wear all of this, but we can undoubtedly expect the GS F’s new headlights and updated tail-lights to make their way onto the wider range.
These new renderings, crafted by independent designer Remco Meulendijk, offer a look at what we might see with the enhanced ‘F Sport’ models.
The light styling update, along with some new driver aids and interior technology, could help Lexus snag some sales from its German and British rivals.
For 2014, the GS managed just 255 sales in Australia, compared to 494 in the previous year.
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