sigh, I don't think we will ever get even get a medium performance suv out of them yet alone a true ///M or AMG competitor. I guess we could always hold our breath for the RZRIP to the split tailgate
But the design has looked pretty good, from what we've seen so far. Can anyone hint as to when Lexus will make a performance based SUV?
Imho MagX missed the mark on this one. Either way, the LX doesnt seem to be steering away from the tried and tested formula toyota has followed in the past, which in fairness GM, Ford, Nissan (and even Mercedes and their maybach brand) all use today.
The 4 seater is probably going to be what will showcase the capability, engineering and design prowess, and material advances that Lexus can achieve when budget constraints are removed.
In the North American markets I assume the pricing is set to start above 100k. The only wild card that is TBD is a unicorn v8 tt.