Sports cars automakers have ascended the auto industry’s ladder to become some of the most popular and consumer friendly in the whole world.

Us roads are filled with mainly compact sedans and big bulky pick ups, trucks and SUVs. That's what's mainstream right now in the US, your daily commuter for the average person. A car that would go A to B just fine. But many of us want something with style and the power to go, we prefer cars with a character. Something that will reflect a part of our personality. A machine that is worth remembering for days to come. Lexus is a manufacturer that provides the three key ingredients for the perfect combination - power, style, reliability.  We organized the fastest models and packages that rolled out with the LEXUS logo on their bonnet, Here's our list of :

"The Fastest 9 LEXUS cars !" 

2016 Lexus GS F 130 000$

473 bhp / 5.0L / 0-62 mph in 4.8 seconds / 170mph / 1830kg

A revolutionary styling, aggressive front design with subtle but stylish side lines.
With its 467-hp 5.0-liter V-8, upgraded brakes, and tuned suspension, the GS F puts Lexus back in the performance sports sedan melee. The engine carries over from the RC F coupe, along with an eight-speed automatic and rear-wheel drive. Robust 15-inch front rotors are squeezed by six-piston calipers and lurk behind 19-inch wheels shod by Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires. The exterior looks the part of a true executive express, while the interior has grippy seats and lots of carbon-fiber trim.
Lexus claims that the GS F is 76 pounds heavier than the RC F, which would put the four-door at a touch over 4100 pounds. So the GS F is at the low end of its class, though not low enough to offset the hefty power disparity. Of course, even the back of the pack is fleet-footed these days. A quarter mile completion in 12.9-second.

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