Lexus GS F 0-60 Times
These are the latest Lexus GS F 0-60 times and 1/4 mile times taken from reputable car magazine sources such as Car and Driver, MotorTrend and Road & Track. There are many reasons why 0-60 times and 1/4 mile times can vary including the driver, weather conditions, wear and tear on the vehicle during test, and more. By giving you a list of all Lexus GS F 0-60 times and quarter mile times, you can get a general idea of what performance numbers are achievable with Lexus GS F for all model years available in our database.
|Trim||Engine||Drive Type||Trans.||0-60||1/4 Mile||Mpg EPA C/H/Observed||Source|
2016 Lexus GS F
|Sedan||5.0L V8||RWD||8A||4.4 sec||12.9 sec @ 113 mph||16/24/19 mpg||Car and Driver|
|Sedan||5.0L V8||RWD||8A||4.4 sec||12.8 sec @ 112.2 mph||16/24/23 mpg||Motor Trend|
|Sedan||5.0L V8||RWD||8A||4.5 sec||12.9 sec @ 110.9 mph||16/24/23 mpg||Motor Trend|
|Sedan||5.0L V8||RWD||8A||4.5 sec||13.0 sec @ 111 mph||16/24/---- mpg||Motor Week|
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May 11, 2016 at 2:07 pm
You should really drive these cars before trying to comment on them. If you think the GS F is “painfully slow” and it’s not designed for the track because there’s “no carbon ceramic brake option”, you seriously need to drive one. I’m not saying it’s better than the E63 or M5, but it’s much better than you accredit it to be. In fact, Clarkson thinks it’s better than the M5 and even the M3.
I’m telling you from personal experience, don’t listen to the reviews you see/read on the internet. Go and test drive the cars. You’ll find that actually driving the cars tells a different story….(reviewers are paid off)…