Since Toyota presented its new Land Cruiser, there has been speculation about its more lavish sibling Lexus LX. The Toyota-possessed luxury vehicle brand has now teased the upcoming new-gen Lexus LX600. The luxury SUV is scheduled to be uncovered on October 14.
Lexus has delivered a short video teasing a couple of design components of the new age LX600. The mystery video uncovers the back profile and new L molded LED strips in the type of taillights. The brand symbol has been supplanted by Lexus lettering, while LX600 terminology also is noticeable on the rear end. Other design components uncovered in the video incorporate solid front bumpers and door-mounted mirrors.
The new-age Lexus LX luxury SUV is based on the very design that supports Toyota Land Cruiser. The platform uses a ladder frame chassis with elements from the GA-F platform.
The second-gen model of Lexus LX was dispatched back in 2007. From that point onward, the vehicle has gotten refreshes in 2010, 2012, and 2015. This time, the luxury SUV is good to go to get a perfect sheet configuration to upgrade.
Talking about the features and advancements on the car, expect that some of them should come like the Toyota Land Cruiser. On the powertrain front, new age Lexus LX is relied upon to get a twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter V6 motor that is equipped for producing 415 PS of power and 650 Nm of torque.
The hybrid variation LX750h could utilize a similar motor with an electric engine. Joined, this mixture powertrain will be able to belt out 487 PS of power and 871 Nm of torque. Power will be shipped off every one of the four wheels through a 10-speed automatic transmission and an all-wheel-drive system will be the standard system.