Lexus GS-F Parts & Accessories
Competing in the mid-luxury class, he GS slots between the compact executive IS and large/flagship LS. Designed as a performance sedan, it shared its chassis with one of Toyota’s longest-running nameplates, the Toyota Crown premium sedans until 2011.
Since 1993, four generations of the of the GS have been produced, available with six-cylinder engines and rear-wheel drive. V8 engines were also offered in all generations, with all-wheel drive and hybrid versions debuted in 2005. The Toyota Aristo was equivalent to the first two generations, which sold from 1991 until 2005 – the Lexus marque domestic debut. It was recognised as an equivalent due to the almost identical interior and exterior design, however main differences were seen in the engine and transmission combinations, along with equipment packages. GS stands for ‘Grand Sedan’, but also artificially as ‘Grand Sport’ to some Lexus importers.