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Modified Lexus UX on Display at Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance

Lexus UX Modified

A customized Lexus UX will be featured at the Lexus display for the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, marking the first time the new subcompact crossover has been seen in modified form:

Built by VIP Auto Salon, the custom UX 250h has been wrapped in light blue, and features a custom roof rack for the F SPORT Carbon Fiber Road Bicycle, a one-off project that marked the completion of the LFA production run.

The UX also has other modifications, here’s the bullet form list:

  • NIA Auto Design ABS Lip Kit
  • Vossen VFS-1 wheels and Nitto Invo tires
  • Apexi N1 EXV Damper Suspension
  • Apexi N1-X Full Catback Exhaust System
  • Inno Base Rack System with slim fork lock bike system
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spwolf
It will be introduced in China in 2019... rest of the world I have no idea.
Canada Dec 2018.
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lee55
I really love this new design, but I am struggling with it possibly being way under-powered. I Bought the NX200T the first year it was out, and O kept it just a year...it was slow and the driving dynamics were boring. The UX is supposed to be a 'handler', so I will reserve judgement until I can drive the 250h, and see some tests.
I also hope it will have more than merly adequate power. After driving the CHR to which it is related, my conclusion was: sweet handling but could use more power. As Toyota and Lexus driving dynamics continuously improve they can use more power to go along with it.
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lee55
I really love this new design, but I am struggling with it possibly being way under-powered. I Bought the NX200T the first year it was out, and O kept it just a year...it was slow and the driving dynamics were boring. The UX is supposed to be a 'handler', so I will reserve judgement until I can drive the 250h, and see some tests.
I also hope it will have more than merly adequate power. After driving the CHR to which it is related, my conclusion was: sweet handling but could use more power. As Toyota and Lexus driving dynamics continuously improve they can use more power to go along with it.
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lee55
I really love this new design, but I am struggling with it possibly being way under-powered. I Bought the NX200T the first year it was out, and O kept it just a year...it was slow and the driving dynamics were boring. The UX is supposed to be a 'handler', so I will reserve judgement until I can drive the 250h, and see some tests.
I also hope it will have more than merly adequate power. After driving the CHR to which it is related, my conclusion was: sweet handling but could use more power. As Toyota and Lexus driving dynamics continuously improve they can use more power to go along with it.
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lee55
I really love this new design, but I am struggling with it possibly being way under-powered. I Bought the NX200T the first year it was out, and O kept it just a year...it was slow and the driving dynamics were boring. The UX is supposed to be a 'handler', so I will reserve judgement until I can drive the 250h, and see some tests.
I also hope it will have more than merly adequate power. After driving the CHR to which it is related, my conclusion was: sweet handling but could use more power. As Toyota and Lexus driving dynamics continuously improve they can use more power to go along with it.
corradoMR2
Canada Dec 2018.
you mean UX EV?
corradoMR2
Canada Dec 2018.
you mean UX EV?
corradoMR2
Canada Dec 2018.
you mean UX EV?
corradoMR2
Canada Dec 2018.
you mean UX EV?
Lasse J. Nordvik
I also hope it will have more than merly adequate power. After driving the CHR to which it is related, my conclusion was: sweet handling but could use more power. As Toyota and Lexus driving dynamics continuously improve they can use more power to go along with it.
Well it is certainly faster than C-HR... 45hp more overall, and I guess also a bit heaver. Still 30% more power and stronger hybrid system too.

But it is not going to be a fast car... it might be decent enough.

By decent I mean for Europe... it is not going to be more than adequate for the US.
Lasse J. Nordvik
I also hope it will have more than merly adequate power. After driving the CHR to which it is related, my conclusion was: sweet handling but could use more power. As Toyota and Lexus driving dynamics continuously improve they can use more power to go along with it.
Well it is certainly faster than C-HR... 45hp more overall, and I guess also a bit heaver. Still 30% more power and stronger hybrid system too.

But it is not going to be a fast car... it might be decent enough.

By decent I mean for Europe... it is not going to be more than adequate for the US.
Lasse J. Nordvik
I also hope it will have more than merly adequate power. After driving the CHR to which it is related, my conclusion was: sweet handling but could use more power. As Toyota and Lexus driving dynamics continuously improve they can use more power to go along with it.
Well it is certainly faster than C-HR... 45hp more overall, and I guess also a bit heaver. Still 30% more power and stronger hybrid system too.

But it is not going to be a fast car... it might be decent enough.

By decent I mean for Europe... it is not going to be more than adequate for the US.
Lasse J. Nordvik
I also hope it will have more than merly adequate power. After driving the CHR to which it is related, my conclusion was: sweet handling but could use more power. As Toyota and Lexus driving dynamics continuously improve they can use more power to go along with it.
Well it is certainly faster than C-HR... 45hp more overall, and I guess also a bit heaver. Still 30% more power and stronger hybrid system too.

But it is not going to be a fast car... it might be decent enough.

By decent I mean for Europe... it is not going to be more than adequate for the US.
A surprise is coming sooner than later :)
A surprise is coming sooner than later :)
A surprise is coming sooner than later :)
A surprise is coming sooner than later :)
mikeavelli
A surprise is coming sooner than later :)
Fingers crossed that the trademarked UX 250 becomes a reality sooner rather than later.
mikeavelli
A surprise is coming sooner than later :)
Fingers crossed that the trademarked UX 250 becomes a reality sooner rather than later.
mikeavelli
A surprise is coming sooner than later :)
Fingers crossed that the trademarked UX 250 becomes a reality sooner rather than later.
mikeavelli
A surprise is coming sooner than later :)
Fingers crossed that the trademarked UX 250 becomes a reality sooner rather than later.
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Joaquin Ruhi
Fingers crossed that the trademarked UX 250 becomes a reality sooner rather than later.
I'd be down for a UX300H, but the UX250 sounds more likely. :)
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Joaquin Ruhi
Fingers crossed that the trademarked UX 250 becomes a reality sooner rather than later.
I'd be down for a UX300H, but the UX250 sounds more likely. :)
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Joaquin Ruhi
Fingers crossed that the trademarked UX 250 becomes a reality sooner rather than later.
I'd be down for a UX300H, but the UX250 sounds more likely. :)
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Joaquin Ruhi
Fingers crossed that the trademarked UX 250 becomes a reality sooner rather than later.
I'd be down for a UX300H, but the UX250 sounds more likely. :)
UX250 should be there Day 1. But I'm not against a UX-F if the 250 is not there.
UX250 should be there Day 1. But I'm not against a UX-F if the 250 is not there.
UX250 should be there Day 1. But I'm not against a UX-F if the 250 is not there.
UX250 should be there Day 1. But I'm not against a UX-F if the 250 is not there.
Joaquin Ruhi
Fingers crossed that the trademarked UX 250 becomes a reality sooner rather than later.
hopefully that will be 1.6l turbo :)

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