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Posted On June 20, 2021
New luxury and luxury-class SUVs will be introduced at this year’s Tokyo Auto Show, which is expected to showcase an array of vehicles ranging from a new compact sedan to a sporty hatchback.
In a preview of the 2016-17 model year, Japanese automaker Toyota Motor announced the Lexus RX450h, a four-door hatchback that’s expected to debut at the Tokyo auto show in March, alongside a crossover crossover and a luxury sedan.
It also announced a 2017 crossover with a 5-passenger version.
The RX450 h is the company’s first entry into the luxury-Class crossover market, which was launched in the United States in 2015 and is based on the RX450 family of luxury sedans.
The crossover is the first new Lexus vehicle in nearly 20 years to join the luxury Class, which includes the RX400h, RX450, RX350h, and RX450i.
The RX450 is a six-door model that is the only luxury crossover to join this year, and it has a price tag of ¥10.4 million ($1.3 million).
The RX400 is a four in-line four-seater with a starting price of ¥11.4 ($1,500).
The new RX450 will be offered with a five-pass, six-speed automatic transmission, while the crossover version will feature a six.
The new Lexuses RX450 and crossover models will debut at Tokyo Auto shows on March 2-5.
The 2017 Lexus model year will see the launch of the RX500, RX550, RX650, RX500h,, and all other Lexus models in the Lexis lineup.
The Lexus lineup is currently in its sixth generation, and its models will be available in the new 2017 Lexis RX450 hatchback, RX400 crossover, RX300 sedan, RX250 pickup, RX200 crossover, and the RX200h hatchback with a 4WD motor.