Lexus' best-selling vehicle enters its fifth-generation with an all-new exterior, electrified powertrains, and the latest safety and infotainment technologies. The front end's bold styling immediately tells you that this is the next-generation RX, bringing an overhaul to the brand's signature spindle grille and well-defined surfaces that come together in a look that's unmistakably Lexus. Riding on an all-new GA-K platform, the new RX is significantly lighter than the previous generation, making for a quieter and more comfortable ride while also increasing legroom and cargo space.
Four powertrain options will be available: a 275 hp 2.4L turbocharged inline-four with FWD/AWD, a 246 hp 2.5L inline-four hybrid with AWD, and a F Sport model with a 2.4L turbo hybrid with 367 hp. A plug-in hybrid will also be available though Lexus has yet to detail the the performance numbers at this time. The new RX is loaded up with the all-new Lexus Interface Multimedia System with an available 14" touchscreen and Lexus SAfety System+ 3.0, which has features like a Pre-Collision System, Motorcycle Detection, All-Speed Dynamic Radar Cruise Control with Curve Speed Management, Lane Departure Alert with Steering support, and more.
The 2023 RX will be available later this year.