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2022 Lexus LX750h, Toyota LandCruiser Hybrid to pack 358kW twin-turbo petrol V6 punch – report

The next-generation 2022 Lexus LX750h – and its twin under the skin, the upcoming Toyota LandCruiser Hybrid – look set to employ petrol-electric V6 power, according to new reports out of Japan. Japanese outlet Creative311 reports the 'LX750h' hybrid version of Lexus' next-generation ladder-frame flagship will pair a single electric motor with the new Toyota LandCruiser 300 Series' 3...

2022 Lexus LX600 details leak

More details of the next-generation 2022 Lexus LX600 have emerged, ahead of its expected reveal in the second half of 2021. Based on the new LandCruiser 300 Series, industry rumours suggest the flagship Lexus could forego the V6 from the Toyota, instead offering a V8 engine in the new-generation LX...

2022 Toyota LandCruiser 300 Series: Design, chassis, engines detailed

The final design of the 2022 Toyota LandCruiser 300 Series has been revealed through unearthed technical drawings shared on Kurdistan Automotive Blog's Instagram. The sketches show individual design elements of Toyota's new-generation LandCruiser – such as the headlights, grille, and bumper bar – which CarAdvice has stitched together to provide the best look yet at the new four-wheel-drive...

2021 Lexus LX570 S price and specs

2021 Lexus LX570 S price and specs Flagship 4WD gains a new grille, bumper skirts, and 21-inch two-tone alloys Unchanged 5.7-litre V8 puts out 270kW/530Nm Priced from $168,767 plus on-road costs The 2021 Lexus LX570 S has been updated with subtle styling changes to keep it fresh as it nears the end of its model life...

Lexus trademarks LX600 name

Let’s count in Lexus LX nameplates! 450, 470, 570… 600? According to a recent filing with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, discovered by AutoGuide, that’s the next number in the sequence, indicating the next-generation LX will wear LX600 badges. While the numerals of past and present Lexus LX models have indicated the displacement of their engine – e...

Lexus LX570 S arrives from $168,089

Lexus has added the LX570 S to the local line-up, serving as a new flagship in the luxury off-roader's range. Priced from $168,089 before on-road costs, the 'S' version of the V8-powered 4x4 is based on the Enhancement Pack specification, and commands a $6500 premium on the vehicle on which it's based...

2018 Lexus LX450d pricing and specs

The 2018 Lexus LX450d has been priced and specified for Australia, starting at $134,500 before on-road costs. It's the first time the Japanese luxury off-roader has been offered Down Under in diesel form, utilising the 4.5-litre V8 twin-turbo diesel from the related Toyota LandCruiser 200 Series...

2018 Lexus LX570 five-seater revealed, not coming to Oz

Lexus has unveiled a five-seat version of its LX570 four-wheel drive for the Los Angeles motor show, but it won't be coming to Australia. Under the skin, the five-seater is the same as the three-row car. That means power from a 5.7-litre V8 engine making 270kW and 550Nm of torque, hooked up to an eight-speed automatic gearbox...

2018 Lexus LX Superior: More aggressive model revealed in Russia

The Lexus LX Superior has been unveiled in Russia with sportier and more aggressive styling. According to Drive Russia, the new Superior variant of the LX570 will begin arriving in Russian showrooms from October this year. Exclusive features include a new black web-like insert for the grille, black wing mirror covers, and sporty-looking extensions for the front and rear bumpers...

Five niche cars with growing sales

Everyone loves a left-of-centre battler, but when it comes to cars, few buy them. At least in a market like Australia, which is hugely competitive but dominated by a small number of big fish like Toyota, Mazda, Holden and Hyundai. But a scan through VFACTS sales figures also shows that, every year, there are a few lesser-known cars that for a variety of reasons enter another gear, sales-wise...

Lexus LX450d diesel launches in India, still off the cards for Australia

Availability of the diesel-powered Lexus LX450d has expanded to the Indian market this week, but, despite being offered in New Zealand, it remains off the cards for Australia. Powered by the same 200kW/650Nm 4.5-litre twin-turbo V8 diesel engine offered in the related Toyota Landcruiser 200 Series, the 2.5+ tonne LX450d is capable of accelerating from 0-100km/h in a respectable 8...

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