2014 Lexus GS 300h Test Drive With Amanda Stretton

At the end of last year, Lexus increased the range of the GS model by offering it with the 2.5-liter gasoline-electric hybrid powertrain, perfectly suitable for those who like luxury and quietness.
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Emitting even less CO2 and returning an average 54 mpg (according to JC08 cycle), the sedan also makes sense for fleet buyers, spoiling managers and other important staff members with such style and luxury.

The base model Lexus GS 300h comes with HID headlamps, LED daytime running lights, 2-zone climate control, 12 speaker audio with DVD player, DAB and Bluetooth, parking sensors and rear camera, aluminum scuff plates, 10-way electrically adjustable front seats, cruise control, leather steering wheel and shifter, electric windows and more.

Have a look at the video bellow where journalist and racing driver Amanda Stretton gives the new GS 300h a go around the city.

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