When we first drove the 2018 Lexus RX 350L, we called it “a much better vehicle than the GX in general”, but a “seemingly quick and messy solution” to fill the gaps in the Lexus lineup: the lack of Mercedes-Benz GLS and BMW X7- A large, three-row SUV with a unibody chassis to withstand competition like this. Lexus Die-Hards was asked to compromise on the Silken RXL or the Parachute’s Trakish LX (because the GX is smaller than the RXL). Automotive News Report a patch coming. Sources told the outlet that a model called the Lexus TX will place three-row seats in an unibody architecture for adults, which will debut about six months after the expected three-row Toyota Grand Highlander in mid-2023. A trademark named TX in 2009, then under the Lexus RX is suspected to be a Mercedes-Benz GLK fighter. Toyota followed suit in 2020 with applications for the TX 350 and TX 500h.
The Grand Highlander is the main part, the TX is the Toyota Lexus version. We do not know the length of any car on the showroom floor. The 2022 Highlander is 194.9 inches long, the RX 350L extends beyond two inches to 196.9 inches. The 2022 Toyota Sequoia is 205.1 inches long, about five inches taller than the 2022 Lexus LX. This gives Toyota more than eight inches of hair to play with – comparing the RXL to the Sequoia and assuming that the all-new 2023 Sequoia measurement tape won’t break – if it doesn’t want to present the Grand Highlander as the only one. unibody Sequoia.
Both new three-row models will be built at Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana, in the process of an $ 803 million makeover “in preparation for the launch of two completely new, three-row SUVs.” When the automaker announced the investment in the Princeton, IN facility, it said that both models would offer seating for eight people, the hybrid powertrain, “a semi-automatic driving system – which would allow hands-free driving in certain situations – a remote parking system. Allows the driver to park and unpark from outside the vehicle using a smartphone and a digital key that turns the user’s smartphone into their key and allows them to be digitally shared. “
Lexus vendors no doubt have their calendars circling. The chairman of the brand’s National Dealer Advisory Council told ANTX “can’t come fast enough.”