The hybrid 750h will also have up to 642 lb.-ft. of torque.
The LX 600 will feature 410 horsepower and 480 lb.-ft. of torque.
Both will be powered by a twin-turbocharged 3.5-litre V6.
The current-generation Lexus LX is an absolute dinosaur but remains highly appreciated by big luxury SUV lovers. The new 4th-generation Lexus LX is expected to break cover this summer and rumour has it that it will be quite powerful.
Big luxury SUVs are hot-ticket items for all automakers capable of producing and selling them. GM’s recently updated trio is doing wonders for the company’s bottom line. Meanwhile, Stellantis is slowly rolling out the all-new Grand Wagoneer (Wagoneer and Grand Cherokee L). Over at Lexus, they are preparing to introduce their all-new flagship LX.
The LX, which shares its bones with the Toyota Land Cruiser J300, is expected to make up for lost time. With nearly 14 years under its belt, the current LX is outdated. The next one will forgo the V8 engine and if the rumours shared by Lexus Enthusiast Forums are correct, a twin-turbocharged 3.5-litre will replace it. Expectations also include a hybrid version with up to 480 horsepower and 642 lb.-ft. of torque.
As far as infotainment technology is concerned, thoughts are that the all-new 2022 NX previews elements that will be included in the LX but on larger screens.
The all-new Lexus LX should be revealed in the coming months and ordering one should be possible come September.