What might the 2013 Lexus GS 450h add to the additional performance goodness delivered in the 2012 Lexus GS 350? More power and more fuel efficiency, for starters. The second-gen hybrid system boots out 338 total horsepower for a 5.6-second sprint to 60 mph. That’s 32 hp more than the GS 350 and a 0.1-second improvement on the stoplight run.
Fuel economy gets an “expected” 30 percent improvement – the quotes meaning the sedan’s fuel use hasn’t been officially certified, but anything in that ballpark will be a tremendous gain. If it’s a GS 350 with instant torque, that would be enough for us, but we’ll look forward to driving it soon and finding out ourselves.
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