MDX, Q60 and Q7 are here. I’ll be honest this is a great class they all are really good. The TX absolutely demolishes them with space overall and the third row and cargo area isn’t close. . The Audi offers the SQ7 which is cool. The TX with the 500h would be a MDX Type S competitor. The Q60 has the second most space but no hybrid or performance model. The TX 550h+ they have zero answer for. The interior might not be to everyone’s tastes but the large 14” screen is really awesome to use and the competition is tiny.
I honestly think the TX will directly take away from the MDX and Q60 directly for those cross shopping not the loyal diehards.
Does it show on the Heads Up Display as well ?Here is the TX 500h FSP in caviar… note that on the drivers instrument cluster it now shows your navigation too. This was new for me.
2024 Lexus TX 500h F SPORT Performance in Black/Caviar. Quick review.
In most of the world family 3-row SUVs are usually 4.8m long, 1.9m wide and 1.8m tall or about the same as the regular Highlander. By making the TX, Lexus now actually has no 3-row unibidy product for the global market.I could see TX 350h for global markets, but 245hp is going to be a hard sell for a large, luxury 3-row CUV here in the US. It's not powerful enough.
But then I also wonder if the TX might be too big for those global markets anyway?
Does it show on the Heads Up Display as well ?
Assuming the GX550 will be the same
My '23 GR Corolla shows the CarPlay navigation prompts in the gauge cluster. I expect this would as well since it is a more recently designed vehicle.I like the nav in the instrument cluster...but will it display Google/Apple nav there, too? The last time I used built in nav in any vehicle was back in 2012 or so, it'd be great AA/CP would show up in the instrument cluster and HUD.