Lexus has unveiled the five-seater Lexus LX at the ongoing 2017 Los Angeles International Motor Show. In contrast to the Lexus RXL, which gains two extra seats over the regular RX model, the LX drops two seats in favour of a larger cargo space.
By dropping the third-row of seats, the LX model gains 15 percent more cargo room, now 908 litres with the second-row in place and a whopping 1,430 litres with the second-row folded down. For added versatility, the new LX 570 features a standard roof rack with rails.
Lexus will offer the new 2018 LX 570 five-seater in one trim level, which includes the same standard equipment as the three-row model, this includes a leather-trimmed interior, four-zone automatic climate control, powered tailgate, moonroof and 20-inch wheels.
Power is drawn from the same 5.7-liter V8 petrol engine, which delivers produces 383 hp and 546 Nm of torque. The engine is connected to an 8-speed automatic transmission with adaptive shift technology.
For easier entry and exit, The Active Height Control (AHC) feature which lowers the body by about three inches when parked is offered as standard, same as the 7-seater model.
The LX 570 5-seater features the same safety technology as the three-row model, including 10 airbags and the Lexus Safety System+ suite that includes Pre-Collision System (PCS) with Pedestrian Detection, Lane Departure Alert (LDA), Intelligent High-Beam headlamps and All-Speed Dynamic Radar Cruise Control.