Lexus releases first official teaser of the Toyota Land Cruiser-based Lexus LX 600 flagship SUV that will debut on October 13.
The Lexus LX 600 will be based on the latest Toyota Land Cruiser 300 Series SUV that was revealed few months ago.
LX 600 will replace the current third-generation Lexus LX 570 flagship SUV that was launched back in 2007.
Lexus has confirmed that the next-generation LX 600 will make its world premiere on Wednesday, October 13th at 4:30 PM GMT after dropping the first official teaser of the Toyota Land Cruiser-based flagship SUV.
The first official teaser includes a short video and a picture, showing a few design details of the new LX, including a wide LED light bar and the LX 600 badge, confirming the rumors about the new name.
Earlier reports by Japanese publication, Creative Trend, suggest that Toyota’s luxury division, Lexus, may be forced to shift the debut of the much anticipated flagship SUV to early next year due to the global chip shortage that has affected every car maker on the planet.
When it arrives in the market, the Lexus LX 600 will replace the current third-generation LX 570 that was launched back in 2007. The LX 570 has since received three consecutive facelifts in 2010, 2012, and 2015.
We already know that the LX 600 will be based on the latest Toyota Land Cruiser 300 Series SUV revealed few months ago. This means that the LX 600 will share its underpinnings with the Land Cruiser 300, including the ladder frame infused with elements from the GA-F platform.
Unlike the latest Toyota Land Cruiser Series 300 that is not destined for the US market, its more luxurious brother, the new generation Lexus LX 600, will be sold in America.