NEW LEXUS LX: OPULENT CRAFTSMANSHIP, BROAD CUSTOMER CHOICE
Other specification highlights include 20-inch alloy wheels, LED lights, newly developed four-wheel active height control suspension, heated and powered front seats with leather-accented upholstery, Shimamoku Black ornamentation, wireless smartphone charging4 and a 25-speaker Mark Levinson®5 premium audio system offering impeccable audio quality.
An Enhancement Pack - adding striking 22-inch alloy wheels, a moonroof and a hands-free tailgate with kick sensor - is available for an extra $5,500.
Moving up to the five-seat Sports Luxury grade brings a wealth of highly desirable features including premium leather-accented seats with heating and ventilation, heated steering wheel, cool box, dual rear-seat entertainment system and the new 'Takanoha' ornamentation - a wood veneer precisely shaved down to create a pattern resembling hawk feathers.
Additional security comes from a new Lexus-first fingerprint sensor to authorise operation of the push-button starter.
The lavishly appointed five-seat Sports Luxury grade is available with both diesel and petrol powertrains starting from $165,800.1
The introduction of the first LX F Sport gives a dynamically and stylistically enhanced take on the LX from $171,800.1 It gains a rear torque-sensing Torsen®5 limited-slip differential, front and rear performance dampers and multiple unique exterior touches including darkened 22-inch alloy wheels and a black mesh grille.
Interior features include F Sport seats with extra bolstering, F Sport steering wheel, aluminium ornamentation and the option of the F Sport-exclusive Flare Red interior trim.
The all-new flagship Ultra Luxury - with four independent seats and supreme comfort - is available exclusively in twin-turbocharged petrol guise from $210,800.1
Rear-seat comfort is assured with a pair of individual captain's chairs with 48-degree reclining, massage function, deluxe headrests, a passenger-side ottoman, and exclusive quilted upholstery offered in Black and new Sunflare colours.
A unique rear centre console incorporates a touchscreen display for seat and air-conditioning controls, wireless smartphone charger4, two USB-C ports and additional storage space for a luxurious chauffeur-driven experience.
All variants bar the Ultra Luxury are available with a newly developed 3.3-litre twin-turbocharged diesel V6 engine, producing 227kW of power and 700Nm of torque from 1600-2600rpm, improvements of 27kW and 50Nm over the outgoing LX 450d.
Alternatively, customers can select the smooth and powerful 3.5-litre twin-turbocharged petrol V6 with 305kW at 5200rpm and 650Nm from 2000-3600rpm, significant increases of 35kW and 120Nm compared with the previous 5.7-litre V8.