Arriving in US dealerships in late December, the 2010 Lexus GX 460 will be offered in two grades:
- The base model starts at $51,970, with standard features like power fold-flat third row seats, heated/ventilated front seats, rear backup camera, ten airbags,integrated XM, Bluetooth & iPod control, a 4.2” multi-information display, nine speaker audio system and a sunroof.
- There will also be a premium grade GX 460 that will retail for $56,765. This upgrade will include semi-aniline leather, HID with AFS, heated wood steering wheel, heated
second row outboard seats, power electrochromic exterior side mirrors with power retract, headlamp cleaners, rear A/C, illuminated front scuff plates, rear air suspension, auto leveler, adaptive variable suspension, and color keyed body side molding.
So far, I haven’t come across a clear list of the GX stand-alone options, but the official press release also mentions two additional packages:
The Convenience Package includes electrochromic exterior mirrors with power retract, and Intuitive Parking Assist. The Comfort Plus Package includes semi-aniline leather; heated second-row outer seats; wood-trimmed steering wheel and shift knob; and three-zone automatic climate control.
No word on the package pricing yet.