RX Project Manager, Yoshiharu Nakajima says “Though it is longer by a few centimetres, we’ve succeeded in retaining all the sleekness and grace of the car’s exterior. Inside, the RX L offers extra space and practicality, thanks to powered third row seats that move backwards and forwards to offer extra legroom.”
With its gracefully blacked-out C-pillars that create a floating-roof effect, the L-shaped LED taillights that wrap into the rear fenders, and spindle grille – a signature Lexus focal point, the RX L Hybrid combines the adaptability of an SUV with all of the qualities of dynamic design.
Apple CarPlay and Android Auto comes as standard in all grades of the RX L. This gives you the ability to control selected apps from your mobile device on the cars multimedia display screen.
Now you can use the new Lexus Link app for mobility tasks like tracking your journey and driving statistics, navigating to your final destination once you’ve parked, managing the care of your Lexus.
At lower speeds the RX L will often adjust to Electric Vehicle mode, using no petrol and producing zero CO2 or NOx, and as a result, driving in near silence. The compact hybrid battery never needs to be charged, resulting in plentiful luggage space. Lastly, you’ll be impressed as to how little it costs to run and service your RX compared to conventional luxury SUVs.
Dynamic Radar Cruise Control (DRCC), Pre Collision System (PCS), Adaptive High Beam System (AHS) with BladeScan™, Road Sign Assist (RSA), Lane Departure Alert (LDA) and Lane Trace Assist (LTA)