New Lexus RX Specification, 3.5 V6 Hybrid with 300 Horsepower

Thursday, June 15th, 2017 - Lexus

Lexus RX Overview

New Lexus RX at the show in New York. The SUV that introduced the premium brand of Toyota in the world (outside of the extraordinary success in the US) is renewed, always with the task of leading global sales.

Change the design and not a little. Well as length, 4.89 meters, 12 cm more than the model it replaces. The new Lexus RX takes its look from the smallest NX, which with its most decided (and gaudy) immediately made inroads. It is proposed with another must for recent models of high level (and beyond). Or driver assistance systems, baptizing the debut of the Lexus Safety System +. Or a series of payments that form a real team for safer, and also relaxing, traveling. Which are: the Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, Lane Departure Alert, the Pre-Collision System, the Automatic High Beam, while a fee there are Blind Spot Monitor, Panoramic View Monitor and Adaptive High-beam System.

New Lexus RX Specification
Hybrid in Italy. The workhorse will always be the RX 450h, the RX Hybrid powered by the 3.5 V6 Atkinson cycle petrol and electric engine with a total output next to the 300 horses. For the rest of the world there is also the aspirated 3.5 V6 mated to eight-speed automatic.

More powerful. The shell has been tightened, the suspensions can be replaced by the classical Adaptive Variable Suspension with electronic control, to adapt in real time the response of the shock absorbers and mitigate the roll. In addition to all-wheel drive, to ensure the best step is the Vehicle Dynamics Integrated Management.

For those who want a sportier adaptation will be the F Sport package, which, in addition to some aesthetic details, has the Adaptive Variable Suspension as standard.

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