For its fourth generation, LX adopts an all-new 20% more rigid GA-F platform, which serves as foundation for its body-on-frame build. Its center of gravity is lowered, and weight is reduced by 441 pounds when compared to its predecessor. LX’s exterior design cues are a blend of athletic performance and accessible functionality. Key to LX’s design are optimized proportions that combine sophistication with power and presence.

Powering LX is a high-output, high-torque 3.5-liter V6 twin-turbo gasoline engine. The engine produces an output of 409 hp and maximum 479 lb.-ft. of torque and maintains maximum torque in a wide range up to about 3,600 rpm. More refined vehicle control in both on-road and off-road situations is enabled by the new Electronically Controlled Brake (ECB) system and Electric Power Steering (EPS). 

Beyond the LX’s aluminum doors is an all-new cabin designed for the utmost in comfort and usability. The instrument panel features Lexus Interface with Lexus’ first dual display configuration. A 12.3-inch upper screen and 7-inch lower screen help to create a more comfortable driving experience with their variety of views, instrumentation and control adjustments. The LX 600 is scheduled to arrive at U.S. dealers in the first quarter of 2022.