The Lexus is, in fact, getting ready to take the wraps off its luxury equivalent. Firstly, the next-generation LX is celebrating its world premiere on Thursday, October 14. It will work out to Wednesday, October 13th. Moreover, the official debut is going to take place online courtesy of a Livestream on YouTube.
Lexus – Wide LED Light Bar, LX 600 Badge
Moreover, the Lexus does not provide any details about its luxobarge. There is a teaser image that shows a wide LED light bar plus the LX 600 badge for what may be a new range-topping version. Therefore, it is not too surprising to see how the Japanese premium brand is
Lexus doesn’t provide any details about its luxobarge, but the teaser image shows a wide LED light bar and the LX 600 badge. It will for be a new range-topping version. It’s not all too surprising seeing as how the Japanese premium brand took the legal measures to register the nameplate. That is with the United States Patent and Trademark Office in 2019 as well as in other countries.
There is an absence of the letter “h” at the end is telling us the powertrain is not going to be a hybrid. Moreover, Lexus still does care about what a badge represents. Moreover, the LX 600 should have a 6.0-liter engine. Therefore, it does seem like it’s too much in today’s downsizing era. Specifically, since the Land Cruiser has, in fact, lost both V8 gasoline and diesel engines.
Twin-Turbo 3.5-Liter V6
The Land Cruiser, as a refresher, does come with a twin-turbo 3.5-liter V6 to replace the old naturally aspirated 5.7-liter V8. Moreover, it is good for 409 horsepower (305 kilowatts) and the 479 pound-feet (650 Newton-meters) of torque, making it nearly 30 hp and 80-lb-ft more powerful thus providing better low-end punch plus vastly improved fuel efficiency. Moreover, time is going to tell whether it will be just as reliable.