Despite the recent credit crunch and new car sales falling by the wayside the muscle car day are back, in more ways then you think.
In the 1960s it was American automakers pulling their most powerful engines and installing them in smaller vehicles to create and fun factory built hot rod.
And while U.S. car builders have come back with models like the Camaro SS and Shelby GT500, but it looks like things are taking shape across the Pacific as well.
It turns out that the one cancelled F tuned version of the Lexus GS luxury sedan has just received a new lease on life, much like the IS-F a GS-F will receive a high output power plant exotic to that chassis and be beefed up everywhere else to accommodate the extra ponies.
The Lexus GS-F high performance four door will compete with models like Audi RS6, BMW M5, Cadillac CTS-V and Mercedes E63 AMG.