A 6 speed automatic 'box supplies the power to the wheels. The front seats have enough headroom, but legroom is somewhat limited, and taking advantage of what available legroom there is makes the rear seat extremely cramped. This unit features double overhead camshaft valve gear, 6 cylinder layout, and 4 valves per cylinder. Still, it is not the worst vehicle in the road or even in the class, but it should be much better, especially when the price is considered. The 2014 Q50 replaces the G37 Sedan but retains the 112.
The rear-wheel drive sedan makes it up to 60 miles per hour from a standing start in 7. A power moonroof can be added, as well as high-intensity-discharge headlights. The long wheelbase and wide, low stance help give it some appearance of aggression, and in profile, it has a low silhouette, with a distinct lean towards European styling. Background image courtesy of Thibaut Nagorny, via unsplash. The F Sport package adds some extra badges inside, as well as sport pedals and silver metallic trim. The cruise control feature can be used to automatically moderate the normal cruise control to ensure the vehicle retains a safe following distance. An optional Pre-Collision System is paired with Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, and is able to sense if an imminent crash is unavoidable and, if so, automatically tightens the seatbelts and primes the brake assist.
The stated weight at the kerb is 1555 kg. . It's powered courtesy of a naturally aspirated engine of 2. In terms of accident avoidance, traction control and stability control systems are standard, as are anti-lock brakes with brake assist. The navigation and Lexus Enform telematics software have been reworked. The ride is comfortable and steady, pleasant for road trips over rough highways, but this comes at the cost of performance capability, as the high amount of body roll will have the driver questioning just how far the car can be pushed. The interior is trimmed nicely in upscale materials, with leather upholstery and black metallic trim, as well as leather wrapping on the steering wheel and shift knob.
A backup camera and front and rear parking sensors can be had as options. Actually being able to turn those corners is a whole other matter, as the steering is precise but fails to provide feedback and let the driver know road conditions. An F Sport package can be added to make the Lexus look even more like a sports car, with front and rear spoilers and 18-inch wheels instead of the standard 17-inch wheels. Offered since 1955, the latest rear- and all-wheel-drive Toyota Crown sedan will be offered with a four-cylinder hybrid as well as a choice of two V-6s, and Toyota hopes to sell 4000 units a month in Japan alone. . . .
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