In 2007, Lexus released the GS 350, which was a revamped and improved version of their popular G3 300. It offered a beefier V6 engine that was capable of delivering 300 horsepower, about 60 more than the previous years model offered. Other updates for that year included a GPS system (optional) and a stability control system. The 2008 GS 350 offered slight revisions to the style with integrated side-view mirror turn signals and a few optional add-ons as well as redone gauge clusters. There were no major changes for the 2009 model year. In 2010, minor updates were made to the trim and Bluetooth/USB/iPod integration was introduced. Voice-recognition was added to the GPS system and active front headrests were introduced alongside of the new Safety Connect emergency telematics system. No major changes were made for 2011 or for 2012. In 2013, Lexus unveiled the all-new GS 360, offering a 3.5-liter V6 engine that boasted 306 horsepower, complementing a brand new body style and a wide array of new features and trims.