The All-New 2024 Lexus TX SUV Reveal – Features, Design and Interior. Expanding its lineup of crossovers, Lexus is ushering in a new alphanumeric nameplate to its portfolio. Meet the Lexus TX, which gives brand devotees a large people mover that isn’t underpinned by a ladder frame. The Lexus TX offers a variety of powertrains for different needs, ushers in a new grille design, and still packs plenty of space in the cargo area with the seats up.
Powering entry-level TX examples is the 2.4-liter turbocharged I4 that sends 275 hp and 317 lb-ft of torque through an eight-speed automatic transmission before hitting the front wheels. If that’s not enough, you can step up to the TX 500h hybrid variant, which blends that turbocharged 2.4-liter with a six-speed automatic and hybrid system.
Lexus says the TX 500h makes 366 hp and 409 lb-ft of torque. Pushing further, Lexus is offering the TX 550h Plus, featuring a 3.5-liter V6 that works with a plug-in hybrid system and CVT to make a system output of 406 hp.
Unsurprisingly, Lexus says the hybrid and plug-in hybrid net better fuel economy than the engine-only TX 350. Lexus estimates the TX 350 makes a combined 21 mpg, with the 500h at an estimated 24 mpg and the TX 550h Plus reaching 30 mpg, with 33 miles of electric range.
While you can get the ICE-only TX 350 in front-wheel- or all-wheel-drive variants, the TX 500h and 500h Plus come with the Lexus Direct4 all-wheel-drive system, which includes four-wheel steering for better maneuvering.The most notable part of this new Lexus is the exterior styling. Staring you right in the face is the revised Lexus grille, which still has the signature spindle shape but is more reserved than other models in the lineup. This revision is apparently an effort to help this TX cheat the wind. Beyond the grille, you’ll likely notice the smooth shape of the 203.1-inch-long TX.
Inside that long shell are three rows of seating and 20.1 cubic feet of storage with all seats in position. For reference, that’s 9 cubic feet better than the massive LX 600. In front of the driver, you’ll find a 12.3-inch digital driver display, which is flanked by a 14-inch touchscreen media system that features Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. A head-up display is available for an even better view of the road.
The interior also features seven charging ports, three power outlets, and storage in each row. If you want to fold the seats down to eke out even more storage in your family truckster, a simple push of a button lowers the third row, with physical levers folding down the second row. Total cargo capacity jumps to 97 cubic feet with only the front row upright.
The TX comes standard with the Lexus Safety System 3.0 Plus, a suite of active-safety tech that includes dynamic radar cruise control, lane-departure alert with steering assist, and proactive driving assist without any extra cost. You can tack on features like an advanced parking assistance system that helps you parallel park or traffic jam assist, but the standard features would still be welcome additions for new car buyers.
Lexus will build the TX at the Toyota plant in Indiana, making it the first Lexus machine built on that line. We can expect these to go on sale later this year, with the plug-in hybrid TX 550h Plus trailing behind and hitting stores at a later date. As for pricing, count on the TX to be more expensive than its Toyota counterpart, the Grand Highlander, which starts at $44,405. Exact pricing will come closer to launch.
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