Comfort is an area where the GS shines, with the vehicle combining a multitude of elements in order to achieve this. When the new generation was designed, interior space was a top priority and this can be felt by both front and rear seat occupants. From the door openings through the cabin space and to the luggage compartment access, everything is there to make it easier for you.
From the moment you see the seats, you know that they're going to be a valuable asset and once you climb aboard you're convinced of this.
The soundproofing is top-class and if we add the interior styling, which offers a feeling of protection, we end up with a feeling that encourages you to use the car for long trips. The only thing that partially disturbs the silence is the E-CVT transmission, which can keep the V6 engine at relatively high revs, generating a bit of unwanted noise.
One interesting element is the bamboo trimming. This may bring more of a psychological advantage than a physical one, but it certainly adds bonus points for this chapter.
The multitude of gadgets also helps the GS keeps the people inside of it happy, even though some of these could use a superior implementation. The best example of this is the impressive 12.3-inch display, which uses graphics that leave many things to be desired.
In the end, the GS knows its way around providing comfort and even in the edgier F Sport trim it proves to be excellent at this game.Continue reading