The 2018 Lexus GS models are one of the best-selling models in the world, with over 2.5 million sold worldwide.
But according to a new report from Gartner, the luxury car company doesn’t just sell a high-end car.
It also sells a lot of expensive models.
Gartners report, titled “Luxury Cars and Driver Experience,” details how some of the models it examined have impressive performance and driver experience, but it doesn’t mention how they performed.
The data it gathered from these models is the same as the data from its 2017-2018 “Top 20 Most Powerful” ranking, but this time it looked at performance and safety.
Here’s what Garters found.
The Lexus RX 550, one of Garter’s most popular models, is one of a few luxury cars that has very impressive driver experience.
It’s a six-door sedan that is available with either an all-wheel drive system or a manual transmission.
Its all-electric motor makes up 90 percent of its power, and the car is equipped with a heated front air intake and an adjustable rear spoiler.
It has a claimed top speed of 186 mph, but according to Gartgers report, that’s a bit misleading.
It says that the car’s top speed is 186 mph when using its manual transmission and it’s actually a bit lower.
That’s not to say that it doesn.
The top speed on the manual transmission is much higher, and that’s because the car has an electric motor, but in actuality, the car just has a very low-voltage motor.
The transmission itself isn’t a very fast one, but that’s just to show how good the car actually is.
Its 0-60 mph time is 7.3 seconds, and it does that with a top speed over 186 mph.
The Gartering report notes that this car is also quite light, and so it’s not just because it has a much higher weight limit.
It actually does have an aluminum body, which is a nice touch.
The car is capable of a top-end torque of 600 horsepower, which would give it an average top speed around 200 mph.
But it would be even better with the electric powertrain, which the Lexus says it has an estimate of at 400 horsepower.
The Lexus GTS 350, the other Lexus model Garting examined, is a mid-size sedan that has a top top speed in the range of 180 to 190 mph.
Its only problem is that it’s a four-door car, and because of that, it’s also a very expensive one.
Garts report claims that its top speed would be around 170 mph with the battery charging.
The price of the GTS model, according to its Gartener price tag, is $27,995, which includes a $1,500 destination charge.
The Tesla Model S, a luxury sedan that Gartinger says is “the best-seller in the U.S. since 2010,” is another car Garteners report found to have poor driver experience and very expensive performance.
The Model S is a very good car.
Its top speed at 100 mph is 158 mph, which should be pretty impressive considering that the speedometer is actually an impressive 13 feet.
But Gartens report says that it actually takes longer than that to drive through a city.
The report says the Model S will take a full 1.9 seconds to go 100 mph, while the Lexis GS will take 1.5 seconds to do so.
The two cars are nearly identical, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that the Model P, the more affordable version of the Model X, is also very expensive.
Gertrude’s report said that the P will take around 7.7 seconds to reach 60 mph, and Garther says that its performance is even worse.
According to Gertner, it’ll actually take 5.3 minutes to go from 0-100 mph.
That means that the top speed for the Model Q is 6.3 mph.
And while the P is very well-equipped for the job, the Gartes report says it will take 10.6 seconds to achieve 60 mph on the highway.
So if the Model E and Gioner were comparing apples to apples, they would be the clear winners.
The Garterers report says there are a lot more models in Garterson’s “Top 30 Most Powerful Cars” that are very good at all the things they claim they do well, but also have poor performance.
Those are the Mercedes-Benz CLA50 AMG, the Audi R8, the Volkswagen Passat, the Porsche Cayenne, the Tesla Model X and the Toyota Prius Plug-In Hybrid.
But those models have some really interesting performance features that might be worth paying attention to if you want to get into a very competitive luxury car