British customers are encouraged to run and grab one of their 250 exclusive 2007 Lexus GS 300 LE Limited Edition luxury vehicles.
The cars that are said to feature 18-inch five-spoke alloy wheels, HID-headlights, an aerodynamic boot lip spoiler, extended side skirts and a front spoiler, arrive to the island today.
The local branch of the Japanese luxury car maker plans to sell them at a price of £37,350 on the road.
Inside, the new Lexus GS 300 LE features soft grey perforated leather upholstery, dark wood inserts for the doors and center console as well as a set of custom-designed floor mats that are exclusive to the LE grade.
Of course, the list of luxury features doesn’t stop here.
There is also a DVD-based satellite navigation system with a trendy touch-screen display, as well Bluetooth connectivity that makes it easier to accept phone calls while driving in a morning traffic. The navy also works as a display for the 10-speaker premium sound system with in-dash six-disc CD autochanger, Park Assist Monitor, rear view camera… Ah, the list of standard equipment seems to go on forever!
All this luxury on wheels is powered by a 3.0-liter V6 petrol engine mated with a standard close-ratio, six-speed automatic transmission. Producing 249 hp of maximum power, the powerplant accelerates the car from zero to 62 mph in just 7.2 seconds and provides it with a top speed of 148 mph.
Well, this is not exactly a supercar performance, but the car is on par with its main competitor: the 2007 Mercedes-Benz C280!
At the same time, the engine is efficient enough to run the car for about 28.8 miles per gallon in a combined cycle.
The only problem of this car is the choice of available colors, which is, so to say, limited at best.
According to the Japanese brand, the 2007 Lexus GS 300 Limited Edition is available exclusively in Aleutian Grey metallic for the exterior, with the interior finished in toning light Grampian Grey.
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