The TX was developed exclusively for the North American market and was introduced as part of Lexus' efforts to craft cars that meet the specific needs of diverse customers and regions around the world.
Lexus said the new TX caters to strong demand for a spacious 3-row SUV that provides a comfortable and enjoyable travel experience for families and loved ones.
The cabin focuses on passenger comfort and offers a generous third-row seat that comfortably accommodates two adults.
It also provides superior noise reduction as well as a spacious cargo area, ensuring ample storage space even when all seats are occupied.
By using the GA-K platform, the new TX incorporates the unique Lexus driving experience known as the "Lexus Driving Signature," shared with other Lexus models such as the NX, LX, and RX.
In addition to the 2.4L turbocharged gasoline engine, the powertrain lineup offers a range of options.
One notable addition is the newly developed 3.5L V6 plug-in hybrid system, a first for Lexus, providing a luxurious driving experience with practical EV cruising range, linear acceleration, and exceptional refinement.
Additionally, there is an exclusive "F SPORT PERFORMANCE" model equipped with a 2.4-litre turbo hybrid system, featuring a high-output rear motor and the DIRECT4 all-wheel drive system.
This model caters to customers who wish to contribute to a carbon-neutral society, while still enjoying the exhilaration of driving.
The design concept features Lexus' new front face, known as the "UNIFIED SPINDLE," which comprehensively unifies the forward functional elements including aerodynamic performance.
The inclusion of advanced preventive safety technologies, such as the "Lexus Safety System +," not only enhances long-distance driving support but also significantly improves the overall comfort of the customer's travel experience.