The latest BMW M5 and Mercedes-AMG E63 may push the boundaries for performance-focused sports sedans but do you actually need that much power to have fun? This week, we’re enjoying the new Lexus GS F 10th Anniversary Edition and want to discover if it is something buyers should consider.
Lexus introduced the GS F 10th Anniversary Edition in late 2017 as a way to celebrate the 10th birthday of its F-branded performance models. In the flesh, and on paper, it certainly sounds the part, but we want you to bombard us with any questions you may have about this special edition GS F.
Is it overpriced? Does it look outdated? How well does it drive? As the title says, Ask Us Anything and I will try and answer them during our full review of the vehicle.
Before you start asking away in the comments section below, it’s worth being reminded of what the Lexus GS F is all about.
The Japanese car manufacturer introduced the current-generation GS in late 2011 and has been selling it in GS F guise since the 2016 model year. In the years since its release, all-new generations of the BMW M5 and Mercedes-AMG E63 have arrived with turbo V8s, each pushing out upwards of 600 hp.
By comparison, the GS F 10th Anniversary Edition features a naturally-aspirated 5.0-liter V8 engine with 467 hp (348 kW) at 6600 rpm and 390 lb-ft (530 Nm) of torque at 5,200 rpm. That may not seem like heaps for a vehicle of this size but by all accounts, the GS F handles very well and is a joy to drive. Stay tuned.