Introducing New 2024 Lexus LX Top Luxury SUV Review

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2024 Lexus LX is an SUV that is expected to be redesigned for 2024 with significant changes this could easily include the addition of a hybrid powertrain to the LX lineup, to provide additional horsepower and increased MPG.

The 2024 Lexus LX SUV with three rows of seats with standard 4-wheel drive (4WD) and a powerful 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged 409-horsepower V6 hiding behind a large front grille. The Lexus LX is designed to compete with similar types of luxury vehicles.

The LX has used the same basic powertrain found in the all-new Toyota Tundra pickup truck. Significant improvements are also expected in terms of engine refinement with the luxury you will find every time you step inside.

The LX 600 seats up to seven people and the quality of materials used throughout the interior is a big step up from the previous LX 570.

These overhauls include an overhaul of the LX’s infotainment system which previously relied on awkward touchpad-style controls on the center console which has been upgraded with a touchscreen interface and is all the better for it.

The Lexus LX SUV has been offered in five main trims with the Ultra Luxury model with the top line offering a unique 4 seater cabin layout.

This turns the LX 600 into the equivalent of a high-riding limousine, which happens to have the all-terrain hardware needed to handle all kinds of driving adventures.

2024 Lexus LX Review

After a massive redesign for the previous model. The Lexus LX is likely to return as a carryover model. The LX is a bona fide V8-powered sports vehicle that can be taken anywhere with up to seven people.

2024 Lexus LX

One thing we don’t want to go back to is the grille. Featuring what looks like a caricature of all the other Lexus spindle grilles, the grilles on the LX are huge and all-encompassing. It looks like it wants to eat everything, and we still don’t think it works visually with the rest of the car, which is easy enough for an SUV.

Inside, it gets the full treatment of luxury, with varying levels of leather upholstery, a 12.3-inch infotainment screen, open-porous wood trim, and more. The top trim levels even get a rear captain’s seat that massages, reclines up to 48 degrees, and offers its own control options and an 11.4-inch infotainment screen, for those who prefer to ride rather than drive.

All LX models come with a twin-turbocharged V6 engine that produces 409 horsepower and 479 lb-ft of torque. This is linked to a ten-speed automatic transmission and standard four-wheel drive, which is achieved by a two-speed transfer case and center locking differential, making it capable of serious off-roading.

To this end, the LX also features multiple terrain modes, hill descent control, and real-time off-road information including vehicle torque and pitch distribution, turn to assist, and four different camera angles so you can see around the vehicle. Adaptive suspension is standard on the top trim, which only adds to the capability.

All LX models get essentially every major active safety feature in the book, including automatic emergency braking, blind-spot monitoring, automatic high beam, adaptive cruise control, parking assist, lane control, and a surround-view camera.

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Lexus LX 600 with 24 Inch ANRKY Wheels

If you’ve been following the exciting story of the Toyota J300 Land Cruiser luxury off-road 4WD vehicle, you already know that the nameplate is no longer available in the United States. Instead, a place that should have been occupied (but not taken) by the fourth-generation J310 Lexus LX 600, is powered by the same 409-horsepower twin-turbo 3.4-liter V35A-FTS Dynamic Force V6 engine. And that might make it a little more vulnerable to the Americana way of life, even though it’s also available globally.

2024 Lexus LX

The last part means it can also be owned with RHD in its home country of Japan. However, sometimes aftermarket viruses easily spread overseas, turning an unexpected Lexus LX 600 into an Americana Ninja SUV in Nagoya, Japan. While you’re thinking about Michael Dudikoff-related jokes, the reason we’re making this analogy is simple – it’s ANRKY Wheels’ “mistake”.

Anyway, getting back to the serious stuff, this smooth yet luxurious gray Lexus LX 600 2023 rides like a true high roller on aftermarket AN20 Series with Two 24-inch (24 x 10) wheels (note the tiny appearance of the front brake discs?) featuring a mirror-clear exterior and interior, as well as hidden hardware, all at the behest of a local shop called Bond Nagoya + Lager Corp.

The subtle setup does look luxurious when matched with the LX 600 Luxury’s grille and this SUV probably won’t have much trouble standing out from the crowd of the local aftermarket. Maybe there in Japan, demand for a Rolls-Royce Cullinan ultra-luxury transformation or a Lambo Urus super-SUV makeover, like in the United States, right?

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2024 Lexus LX Price

There is no official price discussion yet. But we expect the base 2024 Lexus LX 600 trim level to start around $97,000. This is a significant amount of money.

Lexus LX Release Date

We’re not sure of an exact release date, but we expect a new model to come in the fall. Global supply chain issues may push that further, but that’s just speculation.

People also ask Lexus LX 2024

Q: Is Lexus redesigning the LX?
A: According to Cars.com, the Lexus LX 600 luxury SUV was redesigned for the new model year. Based on its overseas-only cousin, the Toyota Land Cruiser, this luxury model is a big deal.

Q: Is Lexus coming out with a new SUV?
A: Lexus has introduced a completely redesigned RX for the 2023 model year. The midsize SUV enters its fifth generation with a new design, a new engine, a performance-oriented model with a new hybrid powertrain, and a new RX450h+ plug-in hybrid model.

Q: What does the Lexus LX stand for?
A: The Lexus LX model stands for our “Luxury Crossover”, our flagship SUV can tackle long and rugged terrain in luxury, while subtle touches and built-in entertainment ensure the LX stands out as the uncompromising choice for the modern adventurer.

Q: Is the Lexus LX a reliable car?
A: The 2021 Lexus LX has a predicted reliability score of 83 out of 100. JD Power’s predictive reliability scores of 91-100 are considered Best, 81-90 Great, 70-80 Average, and 0-69 Fair and are considered below average.