Lexus, the luxury brand of Toyota, has been "pursuing perfection" since its inception in 1989. Lexus currently produces seven hybrid vehicles, making it the leader in hybrid luxury, and is ramping up its enthusiast credentials with its F Sport vehicles.
The segment filled with some of the car industry's biggest names still provides plenty of value in an era of crossovers.
The revised aesthetic is still dominated by the massive spindle grille, but the new 2023 Lexus RX looks better than any of its predecessors.
The RX500h combines a potent turbocharged engine with a rear electric motor that’s nearly twice as strong as the standard hybrid. It’s also pretty easy on the eyes.
Lexus doesn’t stray too far from the established formula with its best-selling luxury crossover, but makes some bold moves with the new RX that mostly pay off.
The RX is the quintessential Lexus SUV, and the latest one proves why Lexus owners keep coming back.
Lexus' midsize RX might not be thrilling, but with a solid ride and great fuel economy, it'll get you everywhere in comfort.
With a dramatically lower profile and a pleasant new interior, the RX is ready to compete with some of the best in the segment.
Three hybrid variants will be available, including a performance-oriented version.