2024 Lexus TX: What We Know About.

The 2024 Lexus TX, is a new three-row SUV that Lexus is launching exclusively for American families in the Gen Y demographic. It’s anticipated that the most recent Lexus model would stand alone and not be an RX extension. A recent trademark application for the term “TX550h+” implies a plug-in hybrid version as the top-of-the-line model. The business has previously filed trademark applications for the names “TX350” and “TX500h,” hinting that the vehicle would come in two varieties. The basic pricing of the 2024 Lexus TX is anticipated to be approximately $50,000.

These trademarks don’t necessarily indicate the existence of the new vehicle, but they do indicate that the business intends to introduce a new three-row SUV to take the place of the RX L. Additionally, it appears that a U.S. factory will build the 2024 Lexus TX for the North American market rather than the Japanese facility in Kyushu that makes the RX L for the entire world.

In April 2021, Toyota will begin production of two brand-new, three-row SUVs at the Princeton factory in Indiana, USA. One of these is expected to be a Lexus, built with the active American family of the Gen Y generation in mind. Since the body-on-frame GX is less enticing to American buyers than a huge three-row SUV placed above the RX, Lexus dealers have asked Toyota to electrify the new vehicles. Toyota has acknowledged this.

2024 Lexus RT Interior
2024 Lexus TX Source: Lexus

Although Lexus hasn’t yet provided any information on the upcoming three-row SUV’s design, Mag-X just published a purported spy photo of the SUV’s profile, which you can find on Carsensor. Given that the Toyota Highlander and the Lexus TX are closely linked, it is not unexpected that both vehicles appear to be fairly similar from the sides. Behind the C-pillar, the new SUV looks to be far longer than the RX L, indicating that there will be plenty of room for a third row and baggage. The TX is anticipated to feature a less angular appearance than the RX L, with boxy sides emphasizing room and utility.

The Toyota Grand Highlander, the second three-row SUV assigned to the Princeton factory, will serve as the foundation for the new Lexus TX, according to Automotive News. According to Toyota, the Grand Highlander’s third-row seats are so roomy that people will want to sit in them. A maximum of seven pieces of baggage can fit in the new SUV’s cargo area.

With mobile charging connections, grab handles, cup holders, and an armrest for each passenger, the third row of the Lexus TX is anticipated to feature comparable amounts of cargo capacity and sitting space. Toyota has previously confirmed that the next mid-size luxury SUV would have a hybrid powertrain, therefore it is likely that the Lexus TX will be offered in gasoline and hybrid forms, similar to the RX L. When it debuts, the new model, according to the manufacturer, will “join a varied, electrified lineup.”

2024 Lexus RT Exterior
2024 Lexus TX Source: Lexus

According to information received from Japan’s Mag-X, the Lexus TX will have dimensions of 5,030 mm (198.0 in.) in length, 1,935 mm (76.2 in.) in width, and 1,725 mm (67.9 in.) in height. The all-new three-row SUV will be 5.5 inches longer, 0.6 inches wider, and 0.6 inches higher than the fifth-gen RX if these specifications are correct.