By make and model
Externally, the new Lexus RX 450h gets the biggest update on the front end.
The headlamps have been stretched back toward the wheel wells, taking on a shape evocative of the Toyota Camry's.
The trapezoidal grill has been enlarged to match those of the LS and GS sedans.
The RX 350 features a different front bumper from its brother the RX 450h, losing the slit-like opening beneath the upper grill.
The profile of the RX hasn't changed much from the current model, retaining the same silhouette.
The RX features a new tail light design that is more simple than the old model's.
Inside, however, the RX has been drastically overhauled featuring a new dashboard and center stack and an all-new "Remote Touch" controller.
The new center stack features a new, more driver-centric interface that brings all of the buttons together and moves the new OLED display up and back into the dash.
The "Remote Touch" controller is used to command the hard drive-based navigation system. The joystick controller moves an onscreen cursor and should be immediately familiar to anyone who's used a mouse.
Lexus' menu system has also received a major overhaul, featuring an icon and cursor based interface.
The great looking maps of the Lexus navigation system still look good.
The RX features standard XM satellite radio and benefits from XM NavTraffic and NavWeather features.
The gauges feature white backlit numerals with blue ambient lighting and an upgraded LCD multi-information display.
The steering wheel controls have also been revised.
Rear seat entertainment is handled by these seat back displays which are mounted in such a way that allows independent adjustment of the headrests.