Lexus has introduced the new fourth-generation LX 600 for the year 2022. The luxury automaker’s flagship SUV gets a starting price of N44 million in Canada, and buyers can add what they want to that starting today on the Lexus website’s configurator. The model officially launches on January 20th of 2022.
As expected, the new edition of the big SUV is more luxurious and more brimming with tech goodies than ever before. Beneath all of that, the new LX 600 is built on the GA-F platform, is lighter and closer to the ground, and shares several components with the all-new 2022 Tundra over at Toyota.
In other words, there is reason to expect toughness to go with the refinement found inside and from the drive. The Lexus head in Canada, Martin Gilbert, Lexus head in Canada said, “Everything about the new LX is new, from the foundation to the finish, and it is, without a doubt, the most advanced and most capable full-size luxury SUV we’ve ever offered.”
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A 4×4 system with a low range is also part of the package. The only engine offered is Toyota’s new 3.5L V6, which get turbocharging and offers 409 horsepower and 479 pound-ft of torque. Those represent decent increases over what the old 5.7L V8 delivered (383 horsepower, 403 pound-ft of torque). A 10-speed automatic transmission is standard.
The base LX 600 Premium version gets the ball rolling at that N44 million price, and it sits on 20-inch alloy wheels and comes with leather upholstery, heated and ventilated front-row seats, heated second-row seats, power tilting/telescoping steering column, power back door with kick sensor, Smart Key System with Push Button Start, easy-close back door, leather-wrapped heated steering wheel and wireless charging.
The next trim is the completely new LX 600 F SPORT 1, priced at N49.8 million. More aggressively styled outside and conceived to deliver sportier handling, it adds unique 22-inch F SPORT aluminium alloy wheels, aluminium sport pedals, F SPORT trims package, aluminium interior trim and semi-Aniline leather upholstery, plus 25-speaker Mark Levinson Premium Audio system, heated and ventilated second-row seats, torque-sensing limited-slip differential and front performance rods.
The third trim up the ladder is the LX 600 Luxury, costing 52.7 million. It adds 22-inch alloy wheels, semi-aniline leather upholstery, 25-speaker Mark Levinson premium audio, leather-wrapped and heated wooden steering wheel, and rear-seat entertainment system, heated and ventilated second-row seats, height-adjustable air suspension system, cool box, second-row power-folding and auto-arranging seats and easy close side doors.
The highest and Lord of the castle in the 2022 LX 600 range is the VIP Executive trim, which will demand a princely 62.8 million from buyers. The third row is ditched here in order to really coddle middle-row passengers. And so there are the following: rear seat massage system, power rear seat adjustments, VIP headrest, 4-zone automatic climate control with VIP climate control system and climate screen, rear 7-inch screen, rear-seat wireless charging system, rear-seat knee airbag system and rear quarter glass sunshades.