The GS 450 H competes with the best in the midsized sedans segment consisting of high-end car makers like Audi, BMW and Mercedes. With a potent engine, sporting suspension and the availability of a customized F-SPORT edition, the GS qualifies as the penultimate choice for a sporting sedan. Moreover, the availability of alternatives like an all-wheel-drivetrain and a fusion drivetrain augment a further level of flexibility to the brand value of the car. The GS 450 H has been endowed with a brand-new bodywork and a house full of latest hi-tech gadgets and expensive embellishments. Popular features include modernized energy proficient weather control systems, Bluetooth connectivity and cutting-edge direct injection engine. The 2013 edition of the GS 450H showcases the Japanese carmaker’s attempt to capture the mid-sized sports sedan industry.
The GS 450H is available with customized-leather furnishing and bamboo finishing, along with ten-way power-variable heated and ventilated front seats, warmed steering wheel, sunroof, an eight-inch high-resolution multimedia screen display, a twelve-speaker audio system, a variable suspension system with automatic tremor absorbers, headlamp cleaners and a windshield deicer, programmed dual zone climate control, cruise control, a USB audio device, Bluetooth phone connectivity with acoustic streaming, high definition radio with iTunes cataloging, and a backup camera.
The GS 450 H also embodies the now famous Lexus ‘spindle’ framework that protrudes inward to highlight the conventional blue "L" hybrid fusion badge at its middle. Accentuated by hood itemizing and jagged headlights, the framework is typical and visually gestures that the GS 450 H is not just another Japanese luxury sedan, but the one that's all set to leave a market in the luxury segment. However, the car's designing is inspired from designs visible in other prominent brands, like the LED accent lights that were originally established by Audi. Likewise, the corner windows axe in yet another elucidation of the famed Hofmeister curve developed by BMW.
Features with Hybrid leanings include a unique 3-lamp projection that makes even the turn indicator. In addition to that Lexus has introduced one of the first of its kind high and low beam LED lamps in solitary horizontal rows, and a rear bumper that covers the exhaust pipe orifices.