Toyota certainly wants to sell you a new and redesigned 2013 Lexus GS.
So much so that the company has announced the price of the new car will be the same as the old and out-going car.
For $46,900 (plus $875 handling) you can step up to a much better and completely redesigned car. (Check out our first drive video review below).
For your hard-earned cash you get a much sexier sedan with a redesigned chassis, suspension, and one of the best looking interiors in the luxury car biz, Plus the new model comes with paddle shifters.
Lexus says, ” The transmission incorporates many features adopted from the Lexus IS F high-performance sedan – including faster shifts, earlier torque converter lockup and downshift throttle blips – to support four driving modes (ECO, Normal, Sport S and available Sport S+) that can be operated by toggling the new Lexus Drive Mode selector.“
However, if you want the new all-wheel-drive model you’ll have to pay just a tad more. Lexus has upped the base price by $600 to $49,450.
We’ll keep you posted on the new Lexus hybrid GS model as the company has not yet announced the new pricing on the 450h.