2010 Lexus GX Now on Lexus USA Website


Lexus GX 460 on Lexus USA Website

The Lexus USA website has been updated with all the details on the 2010 Lexus GX 460, including the full specifications and package/option pricing.

Even better, the website photos paint the GX in a better (non-Satin Cashmere Metallic) light:

2010 Lexus GX 460 2

2010 Lexus GX 460 3

I also came away very impressed with the Sepia interior selection:

2010 Lexus GX 460 with Sepia Interior 1

2010 Lexus GX 460 with Sepia Interior 2

There’s also the virtual tour outlining the new features, and it’s a nice and quick video overview of the new SUV.

[Source: Lexus USA]

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  1. bwahaha i love the first picture its pure batman! the lack of wood is something i can’t stand in the center console…but these pictures make the headlights look…almost decent…

  2. knight’s armor pearl! haha that’s brilliant! this car looks killer in red and the best pictures have to be, in order,  #14, 10, 6 and 5 on the Lexus website, it makes it look amazing. i thought it would have remotetouch…oh well…still a good refresh but i hope they make the tail and head lights more luxurious next time.cool

  3. I like how the audio controls below the dash can be hidden away with that beautiful brushed aluminum cover. That is something worth enjoying from a Lexus product because, considering how conservative Lexus is, I’m guessing that such a thing won’t appear in another car for quite awhile because it’s another thing that risks being easily broken.

  4. Is the Bubinga wood cheaper than the one in the LX? Whether yes or no, I hope Lexus realize how much better looking the GX doors are - the GX has moore wood accents, and the LX has [s]more[/s] just as much leather.

    I think the thinner seats (if they really are thinner) help interior space a lot. More research should go into the seats because they can be virtually flat while being just as comfortable. Of course, the main issues would be:
    - thinner seats aren’t that comfortable on long journeys (can be dealt with)
    - the areas where thinner seats are stitched usually don’t have any padding at all (can be dealt with)
    - thin bucket seats that wrap around you aren’t always easy on the body (can also be dealt with)
    - padding on thinner seats end up feeling a bit “tough” (another thing that can easily be dealt with.)

  5. LFAaddict:bwahaha i love the first picture its pure batman!

    Yeah, I got a kick out of that as well.

  6. @WorldofLuxury: That was thing with the HS—you would think that the thickness of the seat would affect the comfort, but I didn’t find that to be the case at all. It’s a good idea for Lexus to continue shave down car seats if all it does is create more interior space.

  7. blah… one last thing (or two)

    - the middle row seats suck - all for the sake of a flat floor when seats are folded (acceptable)
    - I don’t know what it is, but the awkward trapezoid-ish shape with rounded edges on top and with a nice but awkward cover on top hurt my eyes!:angry:

  8. Canadian prices are out…

    GX460 Premium: $68,500 CDN

    Memory Steering Wheel, Heated and Ventilated front seats, Power Flat-Folding Third Row Seat, Variable Speed Power Windows, Conversation Mirror, Back-up Monitor, Smart Key Access with Push Button, Steering Angle Indicator, 17 Speaker Mark Levinson System, HDD Nav System, Bluetooth Compatibility, Auxillary Audio Inputs, Satellite Radio Antenna and Tuner

    GX460 Ultra Premium: $77,500 CDN

    Memory Steering Wheel, Heated and Ventilated front seats, Power Flat-Folding Third Row Seat, Variable Speed Power Windows, Conversation Mirror, Back-up Monitor, Smart Key Access with Push Button, Steering Angle Indicator, 17 Speaker Mark Levinson System, HDD Nav System, Bluetooth Compatibility, Auxillary Audio Inputs, Satellite Radio Antenna and Tuner, Dual Screen Rear Seat DVD, Heated Wood-Trim Steering Wheel, Semi-Aniline Leather Seat Surfaces, Second Row Heated Outer Seats, 4 Camera Around-View Monitor, Higher Wattage Rear Outlet

    Model code: BM7FXT

    Bold is what is extra in the Ultra Premium.

    One thing my mom not going to be happy to hear shes going to have to fork over more money for a heated steering wheel and the 4 Camera around view monitor :/ I wonder how much that would cost to add it to the Premium.

  9. @jesseps: My understanding is that Canadians will only have these two option packages, no stand-alone options are available.

  10. The more I look at it, the more its growing on me.  Without a doubt this is a huge improvement of the last generation IMO.  If money was no object i still prefer the LX but for the a lot of soccer moms/dads this is a nice upgrade.  (love the heated steering wheel, wish the RX had it)

  11. Another good reason to hate Toyota/Lexus.
    Hello Nascar Fans,Toyota Haters

  12. Sepia looks like a shade of brown. The semi-aniline leather looks so high grade, even the leather in the new R-R Ghost doesn’t look this good.

  13. @LEXUS BOY:
    Semi-aniline leather is a HUGE deal. You gotta really see it and feel it to know. Still, the Rolls Royce Ghost has a beautiful interior full of leather and wood and chrome and beautiful lighting and so much more. It’s on an entirely different level - comparing the Ghost to the GX is like comparing apples an oranges. When I sat in my friend’s godfather’s Phantom, I was stunned by how supple the interior felt and how delicate the wool carpet felt. Compared to the Maybach, the Phantom is much more welcoming and personal (there’s always the Extended Wheelbase Phantom). The Ghost is no less luxurious.

  14. my dream car is really nice here