A Different Interpretation of the Lexus Three-Row Crossover

Top Speed has created a rendering that combines elements of the new Lexus RX and updated LX, and it makes for a compelling design for the much-rumored seven-seat crossover.

While there is likely too much similarity in size and design to the LX, it does present an alternative to the idea of simply extending the RX with an extra row — what do you think of this rendering?

Lexus LX: Third GenerationLexus RX: Fourth GenerationPhotochops
  • C
    Chase C.
  • October 1, 2015
Way too much LX in this rendering... Maybe try a boxy, RX style rendering??
Maybe without the separate DRL..
  • H
  • October 2, 2015
I dont like it personally.
  • D
  • October 2, 2015
No need for the floating roof. That should be a one time only thing they did to the RX. Also, the separated LEDs do not look good especially on this. This render takes an L in my opinion.