Lexus has unveiled the first official images of its new compact crossover, known as the NX. The NX is set to debut at the upcoming Beijing International Automotive Exhibition, and will be offered with hybrid, turbocharged and naturally-aspirated powertrains. The former, known as the NX 300h, is expected to use a 2.5-liter Atkinson cycle gasoline engine and electric motor setup, similar to that found in the Lexus ES 300h. Both the Lexus NX 200 and NX 200t use regular gasoline powerplants, the latter a new turbocharged unit. These models will both be offered with front- or all-wheel drive...
2015 Lexus NX Crossover Gets Beijing Auto Show Debut
Lexus has announced that its eagerly-awaited 2015 NX crossover will debut at the upcoming 2014 Beijing International Automotive Exhibition. Thanks to leaked images back in January, we already have a pretty good idea of what the production NX will look like--but largely the car will be a toned-down...Antony Ingram
2015 Lexus NX Compact Crossover Model Revealed: Accident Or Not?
Remember the Lexus LF-NX, the jaw-dropping concept for a new compact crossover from Toyota's luxury brand? It's been making the rounds at auto shows since last fall, scaring small children in many cities. Well, looks like Lexus will dial down the styling considerably when it hits the showrooms...John Voelcker
Another Lexus LF-NX Crossover Concept: Tokyo Motor Show Photos
The startling Lexus LF-NX Concept, launched at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September, appeared with a new powertrain at the Tokyo Motor Show. And this one's not the hybrid system it was shown with previously The LF-NX Concept that Lexus has been showing this year previews a production model that...John Voelcker
Lexus LF-NX Concept Live Photo Gallery: 2013 Frankfurt Auto Show
Lexus today unveiled its LF-NX concept, a compact crossover utility vehicle with a hybrid powertrain, at the Frankfurt Auto Show. It previews an upcoming small crossover from Lexus, to be known as the NX in both conventional and hybrid versions. Dimensionally, the LF-NX is smaller than Lexus’...Stephen Edelstein