Lexus LBX Now Available for Internet Pre-Order in Europe

The Lexus LBX is now available for Internet pre-order in Europe, with a starting price of roughly €36,400 depending on your home country.

Six different grades are available, as outlined here:

  • The LBX Urban standard features include 17-inch alloy wheels, LED headlights with automatic high beam, Lexus Link Connect multimedia system with 9.8-inch touchscreen, dual-zone climate control, smartphone integration (wireless Apple CarPlay, wired Android Auto), E-latch electronic release, front and rear parking sensors and rear-view camera.

  • The LBX Premium introduces heated front seats, Tahara upholstery, rear privacy glass, wireless smartphone charger, Pre-Collision System with Driver Monitor, Rear Side Monitor, Blind Spot Monitor and Safe Exit Assist, automatic windscreen wipers, ambient cabin lighting (single colour) and auto-dimming rear-view mirror.

  • The LBX Premium Plus builds on the Premium specification with high-gloss 18-inch wheels, power back door, 12.3-inch digital driver’s instrument display, head-up display, smart entry (front and rear) and nanoe-X air purification system.

  • The Premium Plus Design model adds bi-tone paintwork, machined alloys and perforated Tahara upholstery with red stitching.

  • Takumi grade features include a 13-speaker Mark Levinson sound system, semi-aniline leather upholstery, power driver’s seat adjustment with memory, multi-colour interior ambient lighting, Intelligent Park Assist, an Advanced Safety Pack and LED headlights with Adaptive High-beam System. Other additions include bi-tone paintwork, machined 18-inch alloys and combination Ultrasuede and leather upholstery.

  • The LBX Original Edition, the pinnacle of the LBX range at launch is offered in a unique Sonic Copper bi-tone finish, with matt black 18-inch wheels, bumper inserts, rear pillar decals and dedicated badging.

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This car is for well off people, to buy for they home-staying wife and daily commutes, or for the graduate daughter. It caters to Mini buyers profile.

For the money on can get a in Europe a more practical Corolla wagon or fun GR Yaris.


Lacks power compared to Mini.
True. My guess is that a good portion of people buying in this segment aren’t going to be spreadsheet warriors. They want a small attractive car that can handle a little zip. Lexus would be an intriguing option in that respect.