Prices announced for

new Lexus NX

Lexus NX, 2021, front, static
Lexus NX, 2021, front, action
Lexus NX, 2021, interior

LEXUS has announced prices for its new NX mid-size luxury SUV, a model which opens the next chapter for the Lexus brand.

The second generation NX introduces new design, new powertrains, new technologies for connectivity, safety and convenience and comprehensively improved dynamic performance.

The range includes the NX 350h with enhanced performance from Lexus's fourth generation hybrid electric technology, and the NX 450h+, Lexus's first plug-in hybrid electric vehicle.

In terms of the driving experience, the Lexus Driving Signature delivers a more rewarding connection between driver and car, supported by the the NX's new GA-K platform.

Prices start from £38,300 for the entry-level NX 350h and the nine model range tops out from £57,800 for the plug-in NX 450h+ in Takumi specification.

The new NX will be launched in the UK with three equipment grades for the NX 350h - NX, F Sport and Takumi. F-Sport models are priced from £47,300 and Takumi versions start from £51,800.

The NX grade can also be enhanced with Premium Pack and Premium Plus Pack versions. The same grade structure applies to the NX 450h+ plug-in hybrid, excepting the NX entry point version.

Equipment highlights for theNXinclude 18-inch alloy wheels, Lexus Link Connect with 9.8-inch multimedia and cloud navigation system, Tahara synthetic leather upholstery, bi-LED headlights with Automatic High Beam and the new generation Lexus Safety System.

ThePremium Packadds rear privacy glass, smart keyless entry, a wireless phone charger, LED cornering and front fog lights, Blind Spot Monitor and Rear Cross Traffic Alert.

Premium Plus Packprovides 20-inch alloy wheels, Lexus Link Pro 14-inch multimedia with navigation, leather upholstery, heated and ventilated front seats, heated rear seats, four-eye LED headlights with Adaptive High-beam System, a Panoramic View Monitor and ambient cabin lighting with 64 selectable colours.

TheF Sportmodel has F Sport 20-inch alloys and dedicated exterior design features including a piano black grille, black roof rails and F Sport badging. The cabin features an F Sport steering wheel, aluminium pedals and sports front seats. The package also equips the car with Adaptive Variable Suspension.

The Takumimodel has 20-inch alloy wheels with a dedicated design, a Mark Levinson 17-speaker Premium Surround audio system, a digital rear-view mirror, remote and automatic parking functions, panoramic roof and additional Lexus Safety Sense+ features, including Front Cross Traffic Alert and Lane Change Assist.

The specification highlights are the same for the NX 450h+ with the exception of Takumi models which are equipped with 20-inch alloy wheels, automatic parking, a sunroof, wood trim inlays and the additional Lexus Safety Sense+ features.


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