2022 Lexus LX 600 Revealed
The 2022 Lexus LX 600, a more luxury variant of the new Toyota Land Cruiser, was announced in 2022.
The presence of the extra huge spindle grille, which consists of erm…7, yes 7 horizontal bars, ensures that the new LX 600 cannot be mistaken for anything else.
The grille is flanked by a set of modern headlights (with DRLs) and fog lamps, which are located below, exactly next to the front skid plate.
The 2022 Lexus LX 600 features a sculpted bonnet, repositioned A-pillars and squared and noticeable wheel arches that can accept up to 22-inch wheels (18s are standard).
Like the new NX, the back end features a wide tailgate, full-width tail lamps, a new bumper with a skid plate, and ‘Lexus’ writing on the tailgate.
The 2022 Lexus LX 600 features a wheelbase of 2850 mm with seating for seven people. The cabin is composed of premium materials and is quite modern (it features a digital cluster and 7- and 12.3-inch centre monitors).
The 2022 Lexus LX 600 will be available in five different trim levels in the United States: Standard, Premium, Luxury, Ultra Luxury, and F Sport.
The Ultra Luxury trim includes only four seats, with curved headrests, seatbacks, and cushions, as well as additional equipment (such as a rear-seat entertainment system, rear sunshades, and a rear centre console), as well as the ability to pull the front passenger seat forward for more legroom.
The F Sport, on the other hand, has a mesh grille, 22-inch forged aluminium wheels, sport seats, specially adjusted steering and suspension, and a Torsen limited-slip differential, among other features.
The engine is a 3.5-litre twin-turbo V6 with 415 horsepower and 650 Nm of torque. A 10-speed automatic transmission is mated to it.
The LX retains all of its off-road prowess thanks to its double-wishbone front suspension and 4-link rear adaptive variable suspension with an Active Height Control system.
It features the Multi-Terrain Select system, which includes a new ‘Auto’ option, as well as Crawl Control, Downhill Assist Control, and a Multi-Terrain Monitor with four cameras to improve agility in uneven terrain.
Furthermore, the luxury off-roader, which will hit dealerships in the United States in the first quarter of next year, is equipped with cutting-edge safety features such as driver-assistance technology.