Thursday, June 29, 2017

2018/19 Lexus GS????

Everyone seems to think this is the next Lexus GS.
I really don't think so. (all pictures HERE)

Firs, the GS is supposed to be cancelled after the current generation. Second, it just doesn't look like a Lexus, at all.

The proportions are obviously RWD, so this rules the next ES out (Which is based on the Camry)
Unless some new RWD model ends up replacing both the ES and GS?

I think this is something else.
But not sure what....


What do you think???

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

That thing is missing the horrible spindle grille so I don't think it's a Lexus. I would say next gen Altima?

Anonymous said...

Just saw the rest of the pictures, too big to be the next Altima but it definitely doesn't look like a Lexus either.

Anonymous said...

This grille looks better

FFEMT6 said...

Kind of has a Mercedes front and stance. I seriously doubt it is though.

Doug F said...

It's a Hyundai/Kia or Genesis. Maybe the next Genesis G80? It's obviously RWD, but what gives it away is that white sticker on the rear door with the big "2017" on it. If you search "hyundai spy" you'll see identical stickers on their other prototypes.

JP said...

Toyota Crown?

Vince Burlapp said...

I think Toyota Crown is the best answer.
It is RWD, so obviously not the Altima.

Does not have the Lexus grille. Or Infiniti.
Genesis also has a very prominent grille they use on everything.

The Crown makes the most sense....

Anonymous said...

That front end looks very Hyundaiesque. Look at the 2018 Sonata front end and you'll see similar creases. I agree with the person that said that maybe that's the next G80

FFEMT6 said...

According to auto evolution, it is infact the Toyota Crown. Nice call on that one.

Anonymous said...

Some type of Hybrid Lexus, I say....

Rafael Ramos Vagnes said...

Its a Toyota Camouflage. Look at this pic of thee GT86 wearing camo too. Its the same circles.

http://images.car.bauercdn.com/upload/25864/images/480x270/toyotacoupe.jpg?quality=50

Captain Midnight said...

Definitely Lexus Camo used on their 2014 models.