2024 Lexus TX Revealed

Lexus is making waves with the introduction of the 2024 TX, a three-row crossover that fills the void left by the departure of the RX L. This exciting new model offers an array of powertrain options to suit every driver’s needs.

The 2024 TX will be available in three powertrain variants. The TX 350 features a 2.4-liter turbocharged inline-four engine, delivering an impressive 275 horsepower and 317 pound-feet of torque. It can be had with either front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. For those looking for a greener option, the TX 500h is equipped with a 2.4-liter hybrid powertrain that produces 366 hp and 409 lb-ft of torque. The TX550h+ takes it a step further with a 3.5-liter V6 plug-in hybrid engine, offering an estimated 406 hp and an impressive 33 miles of pure-electric range.

In terms of design, the 2024 TX showcases Lexus’ commitment to sleekness and aerodynamic performance. The front fascia features the brand’s new “Unified Grille,” connecting the narrow headlights with a subtle trim piece. The rear boasts a full-width, L-shaped light bar, adding a touch of sophistication.

The TX will be available in four grades: Standard, Premium, Luxury, and F Sport Performance. All but the Standard grade come with 20-inch wheels as standard, with 22-inch options available for the TX 350 Luxury and the 550h+. The 500h F Sport trim stands out with its exclusive 22-inch rims.

Inside, the 2024 TX offers modern features and technology. An impressive 12.3-inch infotainment display and head-up display provide a futuristic driving experience. Wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto come standard, and an optional 21-speaker Mark Levinson sound system is available. With seven charging outlets and three power outlets, staying connected and powered up on the go is a breeze.

Flexibility is a key focus, with the option of second-row captain’s chairs or a 60/40 split-folding bench. The TX rides on the GA-K platform, sharing similarities in design with the new Toyota Grand Highlander.

The 2024 TX boasts increased dimensions compared to its predecessor, offering significantly more cargo space. With 20.1 cubic feet behind the third row, 57.4 cubic feet behind the second row, and a whopping 97 cubic feet with both rows folded flat, this crossover is ready to accommodate all your storage needs.

Lexus has yet to disclose pricing details for the TX, but it is expected to fit between the new RX and the all-new 2024 GX. With its impressive features and capabilities, the TX is sure to attract attention when it hits the market later this year.

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