Lexus has released a “farewell” version of the GS sedanApril 23, 2020
Toyota announced its intention to cease production of the Lexus GS sedan last year. Now, to emphasize the seriousness of its intentions, the company has released a limited edition of the model.
Two special versions of the Lexus GS sports sedan went on sale at once – one for the American market (Black Line) and one for the Japanese (Eternal Touring). GS Black Line is based on the 350 F Sport version. Externally, the new product is distinguished by glossy black accents on the body and grille, a black rear spoiler and side mirror covers that contrast with the exterior colors of Ultra White or Caviar.
Inside, red accents can be noted on the center console, steering wheel and door cards. On the seats – a red stitch contrasts with black leather. The center console, armrests and instrument panel are upholstered in Alcantara and have carbon inserts.
The GS Black Line version will be released in a limited edition of only 200 units, and prices will be announced later.
A special farewell performance of the GS was prepared for the Japanese market, which was called Eternal Touring – it can be translated as “eternal journey” or, if literary, “the last journey”. Features of the farewell package include a black-glossed false radiator grille, black mirror housings, a black trunk spoiler, a unique wheel design, orange brake calipers, a leather interior with colored inserts and decorative carbon trim.
The performance of Eternal Touring will be available from June 1 this year for versions GS450h, GS350, GS300h and GS300. Prices start at 7.1 million yen.
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