Lexus GS300 S160. Black version

In 1993, after sales commenced for the first generation S140 series, development began on the successor under the internally known codenamed S160. The design process began under chief engineer Yasushi Nakagawa in May 1994 and by November 1995 after 18 months of design work, the final production design by Akihiro Nagaya was approved by the executive board. In January 1997, Lexus debuted the “High Performance Sedan” (HPS) concept at the Detroit Auto Show, previewing the design direction for the redesigned GS.

Made in Japan

Years of production: 1997-2005

Engine: 6 cylinders; 2998 cc

Power: 230 HP

Max speed: 250 km/h

Weight: 1680 kg

Buckets empire (Moscow)

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