Yeah you, Audi, BMW, and Mercedes— y'all better watch your backs, because the third-generation GS is going to bring it come February 2005. A 3.0 liter V6 making 245-hp and a 4.3 liter V8 producing 300-hp will both be available, and the six even has an all-wheel-drive option. Six-speed automatics shall handle shifting duties, and an insanely advanced stability control called Vehicle Dynamics Management will help keep the luxury sedan out of the trees. In terms of safety the GS will sport a Pre-Collision System that prepares the car for an impending crash, plus standard dynamic headlights that peer around corners, a keyless ignition, and for those of you unsatisfied with the performance of mirrors, a rear backup camera.
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