Redesigned for the 2022 model year, Lexus LX600 mostly carried over to 2023, only minor changes will report for the new model year.
A heated steering wheel and rear entertainment screen are now standard across the board, while the Ultra-Luxury trim level features standard Takanoha wood trim and a new Sunflare interior color option.
New exterior color option–Nori Green Pearl—also available on F Sport Handling model. As before, this version also includes model-specific dampers, a Torsen limited-slip differential and unique tuning for the standard adaptive suspension, along with 22-inch wheels and features. sportier styling such as the mesh grille.
Lexus LX600 2023
LX shares GA-F platform with latest version Toyota land cruiser, not sold in the US, so you can bet on serious off-roading. It also features Multi-Terrain Select off-road driving modes, Crawl Control and downhill assist, and a Multi-Terrain Monitoring camera system to make off-roading a breeze. than.
The only powertrain option remains the twin-turbo 3.4-liter V-6, producing 409 hp and 479 lb-ft of torque, connected to an automatic transmission. 10-speed powertrain and standard all-wheel drive with low range.
Lexus LX600 2023
Dual-screen setups with a 12.3-inch top and a 7.0-inch screen are still standard. The LX uses the same Lexus Interface infotainment system as other recent models from the automaker, with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto wireless smartphone connectivity as standard.
The Lexus Safety System+ 2.5 driver assistance package is also unchanged, including typical features such as adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning and automatic emergency braking.
The Lexus LX 2023 is expected to hit dealerships by the end of 2022. Prices start at $90,505 including $1,345 shipping.