Lexus is getting ready to launch its first dedicated EV and it looks like its taking a few pages from the RX's playbook. The crossover is very similar to the design of the RX, evolving the styling to complement its all-electric powertrain. While the overall design is similar, the biggest exterior changes come to the front end and rear. The front of the car updates the spindle grille for a more modern design and the rear switches it up with a new taillight design and the Lexus' updating branding. Not much is known about performance or range but the crossover is expected to ride on the e-TNGA platform, which has a range of up to 250 miles.
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