Toyota missed an opportunity by not making the Sequoia a global model ("Land Cruiser Max") to compete against Armada/QX80.
They were too obsessed with the 2850mm golden wheelbase when Nissan has that LWB SUV market to itself outside of NA. I don think GCC/SEA/Africa customers are that strict with not going up in size.
And now they are in a situation where LC300 is almost same size as LC250 and Lexus lacks a true flagship.
Last week I tested a Sequoia Capstone and it makes me feel Lexus really missed an opportunity here.
The Sequoia has no more usable cargo space than the LX/Land Cruiser 300 due to the packaging and placement of the batteries, so I'm not sure it's really better suited to battle the Armada/Patrol in that area than the LC 300.
Toyota really placed their bets on GH and TX being the draw for those seeking cargo space while not offering the full size BOF SUV a lot of folks were hoping for.